The Eros sideboard is characterized by an elegant and essential bronze metal structure supporting the container in black essence and the marble top.
Table with legs that surging upwards like skyscrapers to support the stunning table top, available in rectangular or square versions
Historical product of 1949
New edition of a 1949 Ignazio Gardella design, noted also for being one of the very first realizations that anticipated the concept of modularity
Collection including two coffee tables with clean and essential geometric lines
Sideboard with handles in shiny aluminium fitted on the four sliding, coplanar doors
Table with elegant, simple structure in solid oak with artisanal finishes on which the semi-oval shaped top rests
Armachair with rigorously designed legs with the wraparound structure of the frame
Sideboard's distinguishing feature is the sleek legs that support the imposing main section
Table with semi-oval top in glass or marble, characterized by tapered wooden legs
The evocative transparency of glass, the playful reflexions of mirrors, the light colours of wardrobes that multiply spaces, declining them endlessly.