Bonaldo of Italy has expanded its Frames of Living collection with the addition of new tables offered in innovative materials and striking finishes.
The Slot table, designed by Giuseppe Viganò, boasts a simple design: the horizontal top is supported by two stands with a characteristic H shape, one vertical and one slanted, united by a transverse element that conveys a sense of movement, says a spokesman for the company.
The legs are made of metal, the central stem is made of metal or wood, while the top with rounded corners is available in numerous finishes to respond to any furnishing and style requirement.
The Innesti table, designed Paolo Grasselli, plays with perspective for a unique optical effect.
“The base of this round table appears detached from the upper part, as if the top is suspended in the air. The two parts are united by a perfect yet unexpected joint that puts this table in the spotlight with a great sculptural effect.
The Flame table, designed by Gino Carollo, is inspired by a flame’s harmonious shape and light, sinuous volumes. The top, which is visibly suspended, is fully usable thanks to the position of the double base designed to optimise the overall space. The top is available in a number of sophisticated finishes – from wood to ceramic and marble – and the base can be provided in various metal options.