The VU tables get their name from the distinctive conformation of their frame, which takes the shape of an inverted letter "V". On the version with the square or round top, the four legs radiate out from the centre and can accommodate tops measuring up to 130 cm....
On the rectangular version, the legs are instead set in a trestle arrangement - like a sawhorse - and fastened to a special connector supporting the two beams that the top sits on. The position of the top can be determined each time, choosing the required table length and thus enabling this piece to be tailored to the most specific situations.
A native of Padua, Jeremiah Ferrarese graduated from IUAV, the Venice School of Architecture, in 2006. Since 2005, he has collaborated with Venetian architect Paolo Scagnellato, who sparked his interest in industrial design.