Pillar Low Table
Pillar
The PILLAR table was born from the observation of the truly majestic structure of the Palazzo del Lavoro created by Pier Luigi Nervi and Gio Ponti. Sixteen concrete pillars, sixteen “Trees” connected by simple skylights. The idea is to create four legs which, like columns in the upper part have circular capitals inserted into the table plane.
Bellavista & Piccini, 2020
The Pillar table, combines in a soft way a subtle fusion of structure and volume.
Pillar Low Table
The Pillar table, combines in a soft way a subtle fusion of structure and volume.

Pillar Low Table

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Pillar Low Table
Pillar Low Table
Pillar Low Table
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Low tables with structure in solid walnut or ash wood (oil finish). Top available in walnut or ash veneered plywood (oil finish), or marble.
Technical Details
Solid wood top and frame

Hight: 360 mm; 14 3/16”

Width: 1200 mm; 47 1/4”

Depth: 1200 mm; 47 1/4”

Marble top and frame in solid wood

Hight: 360 mm; 14 3/16”

Width: 1200 mm; 47 1/4”

Depth: 1200 mm; 47 1/4”

Materials
Walnut - Natural
Walnut - Dark
Ash - Natural
Ash - Black
Ash - Chocolate
Ash - Wenge
Ash - Walnut
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