Piloti Side Table

by Maitoinen Home Turkey

270 - 300 incl. tax
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The Piloti side table is inspired by architectural terminology.
noun. a column of iron, steel, or reinforced concrete supporting a building above an open ground level.

With its three legs, constructs a new visual relationship with the beholder. It is lightened while conventional side tables have four legs, it brings radial equality resisting to gravity forces. Between its three legs, Piloti lets an aesthetically wider view of your floor.

Euclidean geometry -little sphere- is selected for the turned wood leg in order to bring an appealing look to the lower part of the side table. Dark walnut polishing over traditional beech wood is a flat look for the users and avoids the furniture during dense harm and scoring.

Assembling a Piloti is facile with its fine details and its package diminishes the size of the used cardboard and carbon footprint as well.

This side table comes disassembled. Place the top as its screw pockets upside down.
The leg must be vertical during assembly. Screw each leg a few times hand tighten.

Weight (kg)

3, 4.5

Production Year



Dimensions LxWxH

Petit, Midi

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Born and raised in Istanbul, Zehranur Balcı Kıyıcı is inspired by nature aesthetics and daily routines. After receiving degrees in Plastic Arts and Cultivation of Ornamental Plants, her internship at Monet’s Garden made clear that her passion is creating with hands and seeing understated details and quiet beauty, just as in Monet’s garden and nature itself. When she settled back in Istanbul, opened her atelier in a little neighbourhood in 2019. Since the beginning, most of her works are contemporary and made in small quantities, changing by the seasons. Today, you can find ceramic objects, tableware and furniture under her brand Maitoinen Home.  
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