Modern, minimal, sophisticated and exclusive, the dining table features sculptural contours, elegant patterns and pure lines.
Fluid and lightweight, mono-material, enhanced by precious materials such as wood, metal, stone and marble, designer tables stand out with their unique nature, defining stylish and contemporary settings.
Each sophisticated Baxter Lagos table is exclusive: the imperfect oval, the large cylindrical legs in various sizes and the antiqued finish complement the supreme beauty and distinctiveness of the stone. These characteristics make each Lagos table a precious work of art.
The Plinto table, designed by Andrea Parisio for Meridiani, is named after the architectural element placed between the capital and the architrave, the "plinthus". A perfect balance of simple profiles that provides interesting variations in size, shapes and materials: massive monoliths join slender structures and support the top.
Assolo, designed by Elena Pancaldi for Emmemobili, is a refined piece that blends pure volumes and different materials in a harmonious balance. The strong marble base supports the sharp profile of the elegant top: pure volumes and contrasting essences, marbles and metals determine the identity of a table that becomes the star in the dining room.
Ferruccio Laviani designs Ufo for Emmemobili, a table with a defined, majestic and simple line, whose shape recalls the myth of the flying object. The sublime version with elliptical marble top, base and undertop in cast bronze, echoes the sober elegance of the 1960s.
Ava comes from the collaboration between Molteni &C. and Foster + Partners: a sculptural wooden table whose spatial design reminds of streamlined shapes, highlighted by the shadow gaps of the joints of its elements which, when combined, define its ideal length. The legs taper downwards to accentuate its minimalism.
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