The Tondo table trio is a tribute to Naples: Tondo di Capodimonte is a city square in the Stella district. Tables are usually associated with a flat, smooth surface, but in this case the top is harmoniously interrupted by concave inserts that, when viewed, seem to hark back to the grooves in ancient Classical columns and the picture frames that the company started out producing.
The Tondo collection consists of three small tables divided into two sections: a smaller section made up of frames placed next to each other that, thanks to their concave contours, can contain small objects or pens; while the larger section is designed to serve the usual purpose. Both parts are made in black walnut or dark wenge wood. The structure uses steel bars painted with a metallic finish.
15 December 2020