1. The TaVolo table has been designed by Franz Siccardi for Salvatori, a Tuscan studio that produces unique design pieces in natural stone. The base in clear Carrara marble has been combined with a geometric metal structure. The veins of natural stone blend perfectly with the colour of the metal, creating a bridge between the creations of man and that of nature.


2. This bronze coffee table is signed by architect Benedict Bolza for Reschio, a studio of creatives based in Umbria. The geometric structure, completely in bronze, is composed of a solid steel base with an ebonized finish. The marble patina on the top, framed by the brass edges, completes this table with warm brown tones, particularly suitable for lovers of classic style.


3. The rectangular metal geometries of the base are the strong point of the Raymond Low table. The joints of the gold plates make it a unique piece, in which design becomes contemporary art. The dark Marquina marble top creates a refined material and chromatic contrast, which makes the piece suitable for furnishing any living room. Designed by Studio 63 for Marioni, the philosophy behind it is that of the encounter between Hollywood glamor and European sophistication.


4. Illusion Coffee Table One features a round base, made entirely of brass with bronze and is embellished with an elegantly carved pattern. The wide top, which is circular in shape, is in dark marble with golden details in the stone. The piece was designed by Zanaboni for Borbonese, the historic Torinese fashion house.

5. 1946 Coffee Table bears the signature of architect Paolo Ruffa, who designed this surprisingly contemporary coffee table over 50 years ago. Created by Eredi Marelli, historical craftsmen specialized in the production of vintage and contemporary furniture. The piece is composed of three elegantly curved satin brass legs and a Persian Travertine marble top. The red, pink and yellow natural veins are reminiscent of a warm planet.


6. Tradition and functionality, quality of materials and expert artisan craftsmanship are the values ​​that inspire the Badari collection. The Ginevra coffee table, with a neoclassical taste, rests on four caryatids. The four legs in tapered brass connect to the Emperador Dark marble top thanks to the refined winged sphinxes reminiscent of the Erechtheum.



7. Blue Moon coffee table by Teresa Luni. The top of the table has been upholstered in blue shagreen which has a distinctive rough texture. The top is embellished with a round insert in azurite stone within a larger round in parchment whose outer profile is highlighted with a brass ring. The base consists of two crossing semicircles featuring the same colours as the top.


8. The Sofia Coffee Table was designed by Monica Freitas Geromini, a designer who lives and works between Italy and Brazil. The structure in bronzed steel is composed of four low feet. The top is embellished with onyx cylinders creating a geometric pattern.


9. The Optable Wood Coffee table by London-based designers Mauro Dell'Orco has been expertly carved out of solid walnut wood. The clever curved design of the piece features a magazine rack.


10. Eclipse Dots, created by designer Hagit Pincovici pays tribute to the lunar eclipse. And, just like the moon, it is minimal and elegant: eight thin tubular brass legs brushed, they support two Carrara marble circles that meet in the middle. The detail of the legs that emerge in the stone re-evokes the circle, for a refined and harmonious table suitable for any furniture.

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