Choosing a table nowadays is difficult: lot of decisions guided by the shapes and materials in vogue. But if you want something original, starting from the shape up to his symbolic visualization? This project born from the need of a shaped table but also from the wish to have a characterizing element within the home environment. Its sinuous shape reminiscent of the one of an egg in the pan allows you to feel comfortable in every point, ergonomically preserving the spaces dedicated to the person and the possibility, as in all the round shapes, to adapt to more guests. Hence the “orientalizing” idea of the rotating central yolk, a symbol of conviviality and sharing. With a central cylindrical foothold and two legs on wheels, the Omelette table can be easily moved to the center of the dining area and then repositioned to rest on the wall. In the first images, the version with the top coated in GetaCore® (a 3mm Solid Surface slab composed of one third of acrylic resin and two thirds of rock mineral) of white color laid at 45 ° with a shaped cut also on the wood underlying lacquered in the same color. The central “yolk” in orange lacquered wood rotates freely on a rotating support and can also be removed and used in its ‘wooden cutting board’ version. The central cylinder and two legs are in polished steel while the design wheels are from the OgTM Rotola Collection. The latest image concern the “mini Omelette” a customized version on request, with legs and cylinder in white lacquered iron and a simple top in textured matt lacquered Mdf.