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G-Console Mono
Oskar Zieta & Zieta
Select a G-Console
Brushed Inox: $5,800
Glossy White Steel: $4,200
Glossy Black Steel: $4,200
Glossy Yellow Steel: $4,200
Matte White Steel: $4,200
Graphite Steel: $4,200
Brown Steel: $4,200
Grey Beige Steel: $4,200
Blue Grey Steel: $4,200
Black Brown Steel: $4,200
Telegrey Steel: $4,200
Window Grey Steel: $4,200
Resenda Green Steel: $4,200
Yellow Olive Steel: $4,200
Pale Green Steel: $4,200
Concrete Grey Steel: $4,200
Stone Grey Steel: $4,200
HEAT Gold Base + Green Stone Top: $12,000
Polished Inox Base + Concrete Top: $5,500
Brushed Inox Base + Concrete Top: $5,500
Glossy White Steel Base + Concrete Top: $4,800
Glossy Black Steel Base + Concrete Top: $4,800
Glossy Yellow Steel Base + Concrete Top: $4,800
Matte White Steel Base + Concrete Top: $4,800
Graphite Steel Base + Concrete Top: $4,800
Brown Steel Base + Concrete Top: $4,800
Grey Beige Steel Base + Concrete Top: $4,800
Blue Grey Steel Base + Concrete Top: $4,800
Black Brown Steel Base + Concrete Top: $4,800
Telegrey Steel Base + Concrete Top: $4,800
Window Grey Steel Base + Concrete Top: $4,800
Resenda Green Steel Base + Concrete Top: $4,800
Yellow Olive Steel Base + Concrete Top: $4,800
Pale Green Steel Base + Concrete Top: $4,800
Concrete Grey Steel Base + Concrete Top: $4,800
Stone Grey Steel Base + Concrete Top: $4,800
$4,200 - $12,000
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This console version adapts the eye-catching contours of Zieta’s signature G-Table for smaller spaces. Following the same design, Mono’s curved base suggests tree roots or a twisting vine with a fluidity made possible by FiDU technology which inflates thin steel sheets into the expressive rounded forms. In any setting, the console puts a modern spin on the timeless harmony found in nature.

  • 29.5" h x 62.75" w x 17" d (75x159x43cm)
  • Steel, inox, aluminum, concrete, stone


“To be creative yourself was most vital,” says designer Oskar Zieta of growing up in the waning days of communism in his native Poland. With no access to products from Western Europe or the U.S. and few museums or galleries to explore, he leaned hard on his imagination. All the more reason to wonder, then, at his fantastical balloon-like steel furniture. The initial Plopp Stool was a sensation, garnering the Red Dot Award and recognition from the Pompidou Centre in Paris as one of the 12 chairs to have changed modern design. Made from welded sheets of steel, Plopp was inflated using high-pressure air with an innovative process called FiDU.

In addition to lecturing, maintaining his design studio and running a production company in his hometown of Zielona Góra, he continues to explore the realm of his own imagination. "My dream project is constructions in space,” Oskar says. “FiDU's ultra-lightness and possibilities of volumetric expansion could be crucial.”