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Tobi-Ishi striped marble

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Tobi-Ishi striped marble

Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby

Tobi-Ishi striped marble Tavoli


In its ten years of life, the Tobi-Ishi table has become a true icon of international design. In all its variations, it retains the strongly sculptural feel defined by the three elements that compose it, inspired by the “flying stones” that dot the pools of water in Japanese gardens. This peculiar balance of solidity and lightness also appears in the new limited and numbered edition of only 500 pieces made of strips of white Carrara and green Alpi marble with a very manual and sophisticated crafting technique, which requires slow and skillful processes, making it precious.

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Top and legs 
marble (matt polyester finish)

Coupling plate
stainless steel



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Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby

Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby founded their East London studio in 1996, after studying architecture together at the Royal College of Art. Their approach is characterised by its emphasis on experimentation and innovation and an exploratory attitude to materiality and colour.

From these areas of focus emerge solutions that reflect the close relationship of their work with industrial processes and new technologies, but also its affinities with fine art. The strength of Barber and Osgerby’s creative partnership has led to collaborations with some of the world’s most progressive companies and a diversity of output that encompasses architecture, interiors, sculpture, product and exhibition design. Amongst many professional accolades, Barber and Osgerby received the Jerwood prize in 2004 and in 2007 were awarded the status of “Royal Designers for Industry”. In 2013 they were appointed to the Order of the British Empire, for services to the design industry.

Examples of their work are held in the permanent collections of major museums around the world, such as the Design Museum in London and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, to name a few. In 2001 Barber and Osgerby founded Universal to function in parallel with their primary studio. Focused on the fields of architecture, interiors and exhibition design, Universal is now recognised as one of the world’s most innovative creative design consultancies. In 2012 they launched Map, a strategy-based industrial design consultancy, Map.

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