The Constellation Table is Luca Nichetto’s tribute to the artists Joan Mirò and Alexander Calder and their meeting in Paris in 1928. The coffee table comprises a light and simple metal frame, on which a choice of squares, circles and semi-ellipses can be combined – inspired by Mirò’s conceptual shapes and Calder’s “Mobiles” – to create compositions of surfaces with different thicknesses and finishes. The effect is an abstraction of suspended objects: a constellation.