This Side Table by Piero Lissoni is Bursting with Personality
Three’s a crowd? Not so at this gathering. Piero Lissoni’s Thierry side table, named for the eponymous founder of Hermès, is a colorful personality on its own, but even better deployed in a grouping. And talk about versatility: The table is offered in three heights and its back-painted tempered-glass top in circular and squared-off shapes. The top, pedestal, and painted-steel base can be specified in a single monochromatic colorway or in multiple hues for a wilder look. Kartell offers the full collection, while MoMA Design Store carries a curated selection of sizes and colors.
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