The “Elemento” project was born from the idea to build an extremely light table, creating a game of empty and full spaces thanks to the alternation of materials that compose it: marble and crystal.
The origins of the “Elemento” project lie in the idea of building an extremely light-looking table, based on the alternation of composite materials, thus creating an ‘empty-full’ effect. The table top, with its sequence of glass and stone supported by two fully transparent bases, almost appears to be floating in space. The sequencing of the slats offers a sensation of standing stones suspended in the air. The minute processing of the bond between the two materials allows for a vision of different yet perfectly fused components, thus embellishing the table surface. The top is made of Port-Saint-Laurent marble, with its fine grain and black background. Its varying intensity with white thread-like and golden yellow veins bring a highly elegant, sophisticated effect to the material as a whole.