Designed by Gonçalo Campos in 2009
Produced by Zanotta as part of their Edizione collection
This marvellous table is supported by an entire red painted steel family!
Sheltering? Playing? Hiding?
Until next time
CHAPTER 1: Introduction
CHAPTER 2: Creating Basic Drawings
CHAPTER 3: Manipulating Objects
CHAPTER 4: Drawing Organization
CHAPTER 5: Altering Objects
CHAPTER 6: Annotating the Drawing
CHAPTER 7: Dimensioning
CHAPTER 8: Hatching Objects
CHAPTER 10: Plotting
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