A table with two souls, visually light but imposing in its structure, which surprises with the varying of its shape as the viewer’s perspective changes, in a masterly play of transparencies that enhances the essential lines of the design and the versatility of the material. The base, sculptural yet soft in shape, is formed by a material interlocking between a thin transparent sheet and a thick monolith that supports the round or oval wooden top, in chromatic continuity with the base.
Large tables, in which natural stone covers and completely hides the metal, structural core.
The simple shape enhances the exceptional personality of the special stones. All of the grains in the marble, the shades of colours, the deep variations of dark and brightness, the mosaic of minerals, which are the result of the millenary process of the metamorphosis of the stone, are skillfully brought to light in all their beauty. The apparent thinness of the top, thanks to the tapered edge, contrasts with the visual value of the legs, characterised by a particularly shaped “V” section and made of an innovative and contrasting material combination of stone with a structural metal core
An ultra-slim design, which continually reveals and hides reflections and volumes depending on where the observer is standing.
Table with extra-thin top, made of composite material veneered with precious woods. Top is supported by four legs in reflecting polished stainless or brushed burnished steel, placed onto opposite perpendicular axes. The unusual position of the legs makes the top look particularly airy, granting at the same time great stability and comfortable seating around the table.
Table with extra-thin top, made in lacquered glass, supported by legs, placed onto opposite perpendicular axes. Glass top in back-lacquered extra clear glass thickness mm 12 tempered. Supporting metal frame painted slate grey color.
A table, which developed from contaminations and suggestions between the world of architecture, interior design and fashion.
System of tables with top in back-lacquered tempered glass white, black, warm grey or frosted white. Marble tops with tapered edges in white arabescato or grafite grey. Central base made of thin plates in reflecting polished stainless steel or brushed burnished steel.
A monolithic structure with extremely light, minimal volumes, which combine numerous, surprisingly different materials.
Range of tables that combines an essential line with rich materials An innovative and slim structural panel forms the base of the table. The exterior is finished in mirror polished steel, the interior can accommodate a variety of materials with different effects. From intriguing reflections of glass, mirror or black to contrast of wooden fine coatings or marble veined K-Stone®, arranged in continuity of the vein.
Table with a unique and timeless design in which the apparent thinness and lightness of the glass top contrasts with the considerable diameter of the columns. These columns acquire greater expressive force from the different colours and textures of the cladding materials: the shine of the stainless steel and the concrete craftsmanship of the Fresco finish, made manually by mixing cement paste, inert materials such as sand, marble dust, earths and special resins that allow processing "fresco on fresco" same as frescos and able to show stripes, spots, variegation, slight holes: all these are marks of the artist’s hand and exalt the beauty of always different finishes, never repetitive.
A great classic, designed by one of the masters of design and contemporary graphics, evolves with new combinations of current materials.
As the base covered in precious warm shiny brass, in elegant contrast of materials and colour with white arabescato marble top, carefully selected in quarry and finely worked. Or the new diamond finish coating in light nichel, tobacco bronze and titanium colours. Finally, the new finish “Fresco”, hand made by mixing cement paste, inert materials such as sand, marble dust, earths and special resins that allow processing “fresco on fresco” same as frescos and able to show stripes, spots, variegation, slight holes: all these are marks of the artist’s hand and exalt the beauty of always different finishes, never repetitive.
The key inspiration for Il Naturale was to create a dining table with a puristic and straight shape that highlights the unique character, natural structure and beauty of solid wood with all the natural knots, grains, and texture.