April 1, 2019

Dooq Navigates Form and Function for Marble Table Collection Shown at Maison & Objet 2019

Playing Games table by Dooq. Photography courtesy of Dooq.

Nimbly navigating form and
function, Portuguese furnishings brand Dooq is a study in contradiction. The comingling of curves and flat surfaces in the Bonnie & Clyde center table, carved from solid Nero Marquina marble, symbolizes a charged union like that of its namesake outlaw sweethearts. Its characteristic dip, meanwhile, makes an ideal spot for stashing magazines. Playing Games cocktail and side
tables earn their alias by toying with gravity, the random arrangements striking a delicate balance between positive and negative space. Both are offered in combinations of six marbles, including Green Guatemala and pink Estremoz Rose, while the cylindrical stand comes in brass, copper, or nickel with a polished
or satin finish.

Read more: Maison & Objet’s January 2019 Edition Highlights Warmer Palettes and Raw Textures

Bonnie & Clyde side tables by Dooq. Photography courtesy of Dooq.
Playing Games table by Dooq. Photography courtesy of Dooq.

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