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, or in back lacquered glass.
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, composite top, veneered with precious woods, or in lacquered glass, supported by legs on opposite, perpendicular axes. Veneer top in louro preto, brushed black larch, brown oak, swamp oak, eucalyptus, black eucalyptus. 12mm-thick, extra-clear, tempered glass top, back-lacquered in white, black, warm grey or frosted white (with matte surface). Legs in mirror polished stainless steel, brushed burnished steel with gloss finish. Supporting metal frame painted slate grey. Wood finish unavailable in the square version.
Design By Gabriele Buratti & Oscar Buratti
Gabriele Buratti (1962), architect and professor of interior design at the Facoltà del Design of the Politecnico di Milano (2003-2010), and Oscar Buratti (1967), architect, have founded the architecture and design studio BURATTI ARCHITETTI. Until 2010 Buratti+Battiston Architects, with the partnership of engineer Ivano Battiston. The studio is transversally involved in projects of different scales, from the architecture of buildings and urban areas to interiors, from furniture and product design to exhibition and showroom design, in an intense and varied professional path, in which themes, locations, brands, people, materials and workmanship mingle together contaminating one another.