The attractive geometric pattern on the tabletops of these single-leg tables was created by British designer Jonathan Lawes who, drawing from his own creative universe, developed two types of colourful graphics for the Mona tables by Diabla. In this version, red colours are predominant, while the other one features pink tones. Both are available in round and square tabletop format. Designed by the Diabla team, the already colourful Mona tables now add two new versions to the collection.
The idea behind this proposal is to introduce a graphic decorative element, to any room or space, through furniture. The round model is available in 70 cm and 80 cm diameters, while the square model is 70x70 cm. Its single-leg base is available in red, white, grey and anthracite, which matches the graphic’s colour palette in shades of red, white and dark grey. suman así nuevas versiones.
Jonathan Lawes is a British designer that specializes in prints. He trained in design in England, graduating first at the Arts University of Bournemouth and then majoring in printed fabrics and pattern design at the Arts University of Leeds. His prints have a powerful graphics character, alternating simple geometric shapes of studied colours that overlap in certain areas. From his studio in London, he works as a designer for firms interior design firms, as well as creating his own engravings and personal serigraphs.