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Laurel coffee table

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Partnered with leading modern woodworker De La Espada, Luca Nichetto takes home furniture to a brand new level with this Laurel coffee table, composed with a cone upper that balances weightlessly upon the cylinder base. Coherent with the essence of Nichetto Studio's 50/50 collection, this unique design uses 50% marble and 50% fibreboard as its main materials.

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Partnered with leading modern woodworker De La Espada, Luca Nichetto takes home furniture to a brand new level with this Laurel coffee table, composed with a cone upper that balances weightlessly upon the cylinder base. Coherent with the essence of Nichetto Studio's 50/50 collection, this unique design uses 50% marble and 50% fibreboard as its main materials.
  • Designed by Luca Nichetto and Francesco Dompieri in 2014
  • From 50/50 Collection episode II
  • Colour: Negro Marquina Marble
  • Cone-shaped upper
  • Antracite grey painted and hand-polished high-density fibreboard
  • Cylinder-shaped base
  • Negro Marquina Marble
  • Additional delivery cost might apply, subject to the destination including but not limited to walk-up buildings
  • Furniture is not eligible for same day or next day delivery
  • Length 90cm / Depth 74cm / Height 20cm

    Delivery service is available for this item, and is covered by our Return & Exchange Policy. The item must meet the requirements of “Sellable Condition” under our Terms and Conditions.

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