Table designed by LA Studio composed of two independent pieces of a sculptural nature. Made of Carrara marble and Arabescato marble, with details on top and brass bases.

Measurements: W 245 x D 105 x H 75 cm

"Pavlova" coffee table designed by Von Pelt Atelier.

It is handmade as a unique piece in Berlin for LA Studio. Epoxy resin, pigments, vintage glass, blown glass, fiberglass marble dust and turned brass legs. 10 mm safety glass top. Unique piece inspired by nature. Germany.
Measurements: W 85 x D 75 x H 50 cm

Made by a metal craftsman and oven lacquered in green. It can be used as a stool or a side table.

Measurements: W 45 x D 45 x H 40 cm

Sculptural coffee table with oriental motifs. Brass structure and wood lacquered with the Coromandel Technique. France, 1920s

Measurements: W 170 x D 100 x H 33 cm

Jumbo coffee table designed by Gae Aulenti (Italy, 1927-1972) for Knoll. Made in Carrara marble.

Measurements: W 113 x D 113 x H 36 cm

Gae Aulenti (1927-2012) was one of the few Italian women who rose to fame in architecture and design in the post-war years. Her work includes villas for wealthy families, showrooms for Fiat, shops for Olivetti, pens and watches for Louis Vuitton, and a coffee table on wheels found in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Ms. Aulenti was best known for her work indoors, particularly in museums. She designed museum renovations in Venice, Barcelona, ​​Istanbul, and San Francisco.

Dining table composed of a four-legged central base made of rosewood and a yellow onyx top. Italy 1950s.

Measurements: Diameter 110 x H 78 cm

Made by a metal craftsman and oven lacquered in hot pink. It can be used as a stool or a side table.

Measurements: ø35 x H 30 cm

Made by a metal craftsman and oven lacquered in indigo. It can be used as a stool or a side table.

Measurements: W 45 x D 45 x H 40 cm

Side table of two heights attributed to Gio Ponti (1891 - 1979), made with a laminated wood structure covered in rosewood. Black lacquered metal legs.

Measurements: W 80 x D 80 x H 70 cm

Gio Ponti was one of the architectsindustrial designersartists and advertisers most important Italians of the twentieth century. Fundador de la revista “Domus” en 1928 y que dirigirá hasta su muerte.

He graduated in Architecture from the Regio Istituto Tecnico Superiore di Milano (current Milan Polytechnic) and in 1921 he opened a studio with Mino Fiocchi and Emilio Lancia. He made his debut as a designer in 1923 participating in the Monza Biennial of Decorative Arts. Gifted with great vitality and imagination, he pays his attention, in addition to architecture, to the design of furniture, accessories, machinery, lamps, textiles, ceramics, glass objects, objects for the table, exhibitions and theatrical productions.

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