The global architecture of the Saragosse tables is inspired by brutalist architecture and, more specifically, the large motorway bridges made of preformed concrete. The wooden base that supports the marble top is designed as if it were a circular bridge, with its feet like masts supporting the bridge, and a bevelled edge that assumes shapes typical of major motorway interchanges.

The two tables are also a discussion between the different materials they are made of because, apart from the change of materials, the wooden structure and marble top are treated entirely like a sculptural entity.

We have a coffee table and a side table with real presence, real visual weight, but nevertheless subtle in its detail, curves and bevels.