The Campo d'Oro table is designed by Paolo Pallucco and Mireille Rivier, edited by DePadova and is characterized by its variable geometry. Formed by three trapezoidal modules joined by hinges that make up the envelope and that allow to obtain a table with different shapes. With the three closed modules, a square table of 140 x 140 cm is achieved. These elements are rotated, the table opens assuming different forms.
Details: base of three steel structures varnished in white or aluminum. Stainless steel hinges. Playwood envelope plated in white laminate embedded in the structure. Adjustable legs.
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