Parametrically designed tables
Since his early works and the first FiDU applications, Oskar Zieta has used architectural software to generate optimal forms for specific objects. G-Tables, a recent collection of bionically shaped tables, is made both with FiDU and with a specially developed parametric design algorithm. The designing process here starts with entering into the computer software a few important parameters, such as the number of people that need to be seated at the table, the table’s required geometry or information on its future surroundings.
The table’s metal base, which is also available in a variety of options, is made of parabolic forms. It reminds you of floral vines and plant roots, all created with FiDU. Nature symbolizes constant changeability and harmony, hence diverse structure of G-Table relates to natural forms as well as processes. “By combining parametric design and FiDU technology we can reach the full potential of the project, “ Oskar says.