The inclusion of the UNESCO World
Heritage List in 2016 has aroused great interest in Le Corbusier’s Capitol
Complex, an extraordinary architectural work created in Chandigarh in 1951 to
celebrate the independence of a nation open to modernity. Am..
Cotone family has acquired new members to go with the upholstered armchair
launched in 2017. These are a slim version of the same, called, not
surprisingly, Cotone Slim, as well as a table and chair, the latter having a
solid wood seat and ba..
Created by Piero Lissoni, these
cylindrical and modular tables have been designed for the corporate or
hospitality environments. Available in either standard or coffee-table heights,
with round tops in various size options, these accessories evinc..
Piero Lissoni’s design for this
table is based on how light it looks and how strong and solid it really is. The
essential lines of the Naan table are accentuated by the supremely slender
rectangular top, which comes in at a mere 10 mm, and is avai..
Piero Lissoni defines this table-sculpture, “a piece of furniture
with an original and striking personality”, enclosed in an asymmetrical
combination of various different elements.The legs and the table-top meet, twisting in dramatic fashion,
This collection of tables,
linear and eminently functional, extends and complements the Passion range of
chairs and stools, lending itself to a wide variety of uses and configurations
in the contract setting. Featuring a square top with rounded ed..
extendable table, exemplifying the perfect balance between classic and
contemporary, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1905. The unique nature
of this natural cherrywood table lies in the mechanism under the table-top that
allows the ta..
Lines striking and extremely elegant
for a table that is designed to bring together places, people, and ideas.
Having the legs fit directly into the top means that the wider the legs, the
slimmer their profile. The stability of the frame is provid..
Lebeau Wood is an evolution of
the iconic and innovative Lebeau table. While the original’s dimensions and
outline are maintained, solid wood becomes the material of choice for the
base. Employing six hours, the intricate construction process..
A table with a solid
architectural structure that was an example of the new design language that
Mario Bellini devised in the 1970s and examined in his Libro dell’Arredamento.
In line with this approach, which was based on the primary functions of..
La Rotonda is a table that transforms the warmth and essence of
wood into beauty, featuring a simple, yet sculptural base, consisting of three
square-section legs that intersect to perfection to offer a stylish support for
the slim-line table top...
Mario Bellini took his cue from
the oriental traditions of hospitality for this reinterpretation of the iconic
La Rotonda table. The centre of the table features a glass “Lazy Susan”. This
slender transparency, or rotating tray, brings a tradition..