Pulpo | Aspa

A simple geometric exercise conducted by MUT Design has led to the creation of the Aspa tables for Pulpo

Aspa by Pulpo, Design MUT Design - Photo © Daniela Trost
Aspa by Pulpo, Design MUT Design - Photo © Daniela Trost

The exercise involves the intersection of panels, and each Aspa table, of small size, comes from the crossing of five glass panels, converging towards the center. MUT Design has created small tables for Pulpo that play with transparency and reflection, becoming objects that can enhance any space with their lightness and shadings.

Aspa by Pulpo, Design MUT Design - Photo © Daniela Trost
Aspa by Pulpo, Design MUT Design - Photo © Daniela Trost
Aspa by Pulpo, Design MUT Design - Photo © Daniela Trost

The name chosen for the product is a Spanish word which indicates the intersection of straight lines. The tables come in three variations, with the sizes small, medium and large, and in three colors (gray, pink and yellow). They are made with texturized glass, applied to tempered glass panels. The bubbles, stripes and other variations of the material, the measurements and color are part of the production process, and should not be seen as defects – in fact, they make each coffee table unique.

Aspa by Pulpo, Design MUT Design - Photo © Daniela Trost