This award-winning table, designed by Xavier Lust, is characterised by its curved metal structure which is inspired by fluidity in motion. Experimentation on metal, which has always characterized Lust’s work, encounters Pianca’s experience in woodworking, giving life to a fluid and organic structure. The steel structure is sinuous thanks to its curves, and at the same time dynamic, giving the impression of having maintained the malleable consistency of the molding process the material underwent. With a fluid movement, the steel legs converge, supporting the top, which seems to levitate. The myriad of finishings allows the tables – rectangular, round and elliptical – to adapt to different styles.
Drawing on a 500 year old carpentry tradition, Pianca was established in 1948 in the town of Gaiarine near Treviso, Italy. The epitome of contemporary elegance, Pianca has an annual turnover of €50 million and a presence in over 50 countries. All products are fully manufactured in Italy and feature the Pianca trademark - quality, durability and individuality.