Category: Tables and coffee tables
Gong: a set of coffee tables with lightness of lines.
Emblematic of the rigorous designs of Gianfranco Frattini, the Gong side table reemerges with his quintessential grace and flair of form, now in diverse heights and diameters — a family of proportions for sculptures, plants, and other decor.
The two metal disks of different widths, one for the base and the other for the slightly concave top, are joined by a hexagonal stand through small metal spools.
Gong entirely painted in gunmetal or an orbital bronze finish. The stand is in brushed brass for the two-coloured version and sharply contrasts with the two finishes.
The side tables are entirely painted in gunmetal or an orbital bronze finish. The stand is in brushed brass for the two-coloured version and sharply contrasts with the two finishes. Orbital bronze: hand-brushed handcrafted finish to create the “scratched” effect.
The difference between the coffee tables of the same finish is characteristic of the manual processing that can be susceptible to variations in tone and homogeneity.
Jot: a seat with an essential and sinuous line, designed by the metal structure.
Florian: a coffee table and a graphic object to hang on the wall like a masterpiece.
Serenissimo: a combination of traditional craftsmanship and modern design.
Creso: a sculptural table that surprises with its refined materials and graphic proportions.