Jeeg is the first project by Bartoli Design for Mogg: a modular small table fitting both for residential and non-residential spaces, with a multifaceted, irregularly octagonal perimeter; it’s made of two separate, complementary elongated pieces which may be used singularly or combined to get several compositions.
Jeeg’s main feature is the possibility of deconstructing, reconstructing and combining one or more small tables, to create a variety of configurations, even of considerable sizes.
“Our project”, Bartoli Design explains, “was inspired by the idea of fracture and rearrangement of the pieces. Stones fractures are fascinating, we’ve already developed this subject in a collection of rugs… Additionally, we studied the dimensions of outer and inner sides so that they allow different combinations, as if Jeeg were a construction play”.
The tables are entirely made of ash wood, natural or aniline-dyed in a range of numerous shades, so that colours and shapes become an alphabet to be assembled.