Sangaku is a fun game of crossings, rotations and dimensional changes. In Japanese culture the Sangaku are geometric problems engraved on wooden tablets; hence the idea of inscribing four different circles, two with a radius of 40 cm and two with a radius of 20 cm, within an imaginary 50 cm circle, creating a new element governed by geometric relationships. The points of intersection between the various elements become the legs that support the four different tops, which fill and differentiate the space, creating a perfect mix of solids and voids. The four shades of color (blue, green, yellow and black) and the colored images imprinted on the glass give Sangaku a contemporary language full of energy.
The coffee table is made up of four overlapping tops, in diameters of 82 and 42 cm. The "geometric" construction of the table is based on inscribed circles to obtain an overall size of 100x82 cm and a height of 41 cm. The top is in stratified extra-clear glass, digitally printed in shaded gray. The structure is in polyester powder coated steel tubing.