A family of 4-legged tables made of MDF covered with blue stained eucalyptus veneer. Through a simple trick the table, which is in fact the assembly of five parts, appears sculpted from a solid block. The four lateral elements, once they are assembled with the top, become structural withoutthe need for additional parts that would in turn compromise the sculptural effect of the piece.. The table top is 70 cm wide, like a classic fratina, the ancient long dining table of monasteries. This choice of proportions privileges length over width, thus slendering the table and increasing the proximity and the initimacy of diners.
MDF, blue eucalyptus veneer. Other veneers are available upon request
Design Alberto Colzani, 2018