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Lotus sculpture table with column bases and shaped top. Characterised by curved and monolithic volumes. Available in wood, ceramic and marble.

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From €6,388.52


Lotus sculpture table with column bases comes with a shaped top in 3 different sizes. The characteristic table base consists of curved, monolithic volumes positioned in a staggered manner to create a scenic, statuesque effect. In the larger 350 cm version there are two stacked tops to create striking and exclusive combinations. There is a choice of different material combinations such as solid wood or American walnut, ceramic, marble and metal; exquisite finishes that enhance the quality of the workmanship and attention to detail. 

Sculpture table with column bases in curved, monolithic shapes
Wood, ceramic or marble top with a strong textured appearance
Metal, wood and marble bases positioned in an offset manner
Exquisite finishes, quality workmanship, emphasis on the naturalness of the raw materials

Model and Measurements
Table Height:
- 75 cm
Top Thickness

- blockboard: 3 cm
- ceramic: 1,6 cm(0,6 ceramic coupled with 1 glass)
- marble: 2 cm

Materials and Finishes
- solid oak or American walnut wood
- ceramic
- marble
- painted metal
- solid oak or American walnut wood
- marble

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Material Specifications
Marble: elegant and refined stone marble, characterised by open veins that sometimes may present some resin based speckles that create a uniform and smooth surface so that the top comes with no irregularities, granting additional structural resistance. Because it is a natural stone that is sometimes more than a million years old, the surface cannot be defined as 'perfect'; each piece is different from the next, depending on the cutting and polishing process. It may have natural micro imperfections, a characteristic of marble and not due to defects. Marble tops are naturally porous: any protective polyester treatment hides this porosity to the touch, leaving all the natural features of the stone visible.

Solid wood is wood from FSC - certified supplies (forests managed properly and responsibly according to strict environmental, social and economic standards). Only the highest quality 7 - layer panels of solid pine or birch with grade A veneer, with zero formaldehyde emissions, are used for the blockboard wood. All woods are finished with an all-natural, food-grade, water-based colourless clear top coat. Glues are limited as much as possible in favour of mechanical joints: if used, vinyl glues are zero formaldehyde, ammonia and APEO emission. 

Additional Information

Area of Production
Seat Number
The seats schemes show the maximum seat number: the actual number depends on the seat width. The Customer Care staff is at your disposal for further information.
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This article is the result of the continuous research of this Italian company, active in the recovery of 100% natural materials to be used in the furniture sector. Tables, bookcases, sideboards and cupboards are built with antique wood that preserves the original characteristics while enhancing the charm given to it by the passage of time. Widely used is also marble and hammered glass that harmoniously binds with wood and enhances its characteristics. Attention to the preservation of the environment also emerges from the soft colours that recall the tones of nature, perfect for both modern homes and in an environment with a classic and formal taste.
"Natural design" is the leitmotif of the entire collection, which, together with the extensive use of glass, lightly worked wood and marble, proposes high-level complements that become the protagonists of an exclusive environment, whether it is a dining area or a living room.
Each product is conceived, designed and built in Italy to be proposed to an international market attentive to the high quality of Made in Italy furniture. The experience and excellence of the work carried out by the brand is widely perceivable the moment one comes into contact with any item proposed in the catalogue.

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