The Padina coffee table explores the metaphysical nature of things. It calls into question the expected characteristics of materials, and causes naive surprise by demonstrating the opposite. Its design is characterized by architectural forms made of solid parts with expressive textures. The name Padina means "dent" in Croatian. It determines the interaction of the visual elements of the structure: the stone slab seems to be pressed into the wooden tabletop. Its non-standard form is dictated by the desire to minimize production residues. Rejected stone fragments are given new life and an original depressed cut. This effect is achieved by manually processing wood, demonstrating its softness, giving it new unexpected properties.