Conceived as a combination of organic shapes and outstanding materials, the round tables from the collections by Cassina, More and Baxter enhance the curves and become architectural structures of great visual impact presenting irregular, unique tops. If on one hand the elements turn out to be aesthetically pleasing, on the other hand they maintain the practical features and size of a table for everyday use.
Cala table, designed by Gil Coste for More is the perfect demonstration of the versatility of solid wood. The table top, minimal and essential, 2.8 cm thick and with a maximum size of 600 x 100 cm, highlights the shape of the legs, designed to be sculptural and imposing, like a true work of art. The legs catch the eye and become the tridimensional, visual focus of the furniture, with light, round lines. Perfectly suitable for any environment, the Cala table is available in a range of finishes.
Resulting from the combination of organic shapes and refined finishes, the Isa table from the Cristophe Delcourt’s collection enhances the beauty of wood and its finishes. On one hand, there is a solid well-structured base, composed of a textured lava stone bottom layer and a part made of natural wood. On the other hand, there is the elegance of the shapes that, with a dynamic play between straight and curved lines, sharply enhances the different textures of materials. The intensity of rosewood and oak wood perfectly combine in the Isa table.
Unique and refined, the Lagos table by Baxter tells its story through oval and sinuous shapes, with details moving away from a conventional vision. Starting from the MDF cylindrical-shaped legs of different dimensions, coated with an antiqued brass or iron finish and the exclusive top in Patagonia granite, every material stands out for its beauty and expresses Baxter's philosophy. Perfect to decorate any setting, the Lagos table is able to gently combine vintage traits and modern elements. Thus, innovation and artistic creation blend to give rise to a warm, practical work of art, with an asymmetric design. Available in three sizes and several finishes, Lagos table becomes a wonderful piece to admire.
The Sengu table, designed by Patricia Urquiola for Cassina, is an ode to poetry. Inspired by the ritual of the reconstruction of Japanese shrines, the table is able to best convey the brand’s vision thanks to the search for a more intimate dialogue between the elements. Oval and round shapes characterise both the table top and the legs, only differentiated by materials. Created in 2021, Sengu is characterised by a structure in solid wood and a top in marble or coloured porcelain stoneware. Both elements are able to convey an intense tactile feeling. Conceived as a symbol of conviviality, the Sengu table can also be equipped with a Lazy Susan rotating tray, another detail that recalls the Asian culture.
The special embedding, so perfect that it does not need any joints, is what strikes the most. The Eros table, realised by Agapecasa, is based on an innovative interlocking technique that enhances even further the soft and sinuous shapes of the structure. Available in several shapes and sizes, the Eros table presents an elegant design with open eyelets, not only highlighting an aesthetic refinement, conveyed by the black and white Marquina marble finishes, but also marking an interesting architectural revolution. The round tops reach a maximum length of 300 cm.
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