Italian company Gallotti&Radice is well-known for their avant-garde designs featuring a variety of materials and shapes and these coffee tables are no exception. All vastly different, making sure at least one of them could work for most any space, they are available through the US-based M2L.
Layer by Luca Nichetto (above) features stacked wooden rings to form the base of this glass-topped table. They appear to be unsteady and may topple over at any moment but not so. The rings come in a variety of colors for you to customize.
George 11 by GR Studio are tempered glass cubes that almost disappear except for the painted edge outlines. Available in three sizes.
Raj 3 by Ricardo Bello Dias comes with a minimal stainless steel structure to help a room feel more spacious. With the extra-thin glass tabletop, the table almost becomes invisible.
Taffy by Luca Nichetto will play some serious optical tricks on you with its moiré screenprinted pattern on the thin glass tabletop. The lively table is full of movement and can be combined with others to create a layered effect.
Basalto 12 by Simone Cagnazzo are diamond-like, hexagonal tables that reflect light around any room they’re placed in. Available in three finishes.
Yanin by Oscar + Gabriele Buratti are edgy geometric shapes covered in smoked “grigio Italia” mirrored glass.