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The Bakkarat 51" Round Dining Table. Amazing design and construction techniques are shown in the beautiful Bakkarat dining table by Tonelli Design. The 51" diameter glass top is attached to perhaps one of the most unique bases we have ever seen. The entire table rests atop a mirror polished chrome base plate.
Manufacturer Brand: Tonelli Design
SKU: TONELLI.BAKKARAT.51
Availability: APPROXIMATELY 90 DAYS
Width: 51"
Height: 29.5"
Weight: 203 lbs
$3,899.00

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DESIGNED BY D'URBINO LOMAZZI

D’Urbino & Lomazzi

Since 1966, Donato D’Urbino and Paolo Lomazzi have been working together designing architecture, objects, scenography, furnishings and urban projects. They worked with architect Jonathan De Pas from the beginning of their careers until 1991 (the year of De Pas’ death). During the 1960s, they showed a particular interest in the activity of creating temporary furniture and architecture, featuring the use of materials and cutting-edge industrial techniques.  They designed a series of pneumatic dwellings for the Italian pavilion at the World Expo in Osaka and for the 14th edition of the Milan Triennial.
In 1967, they designed the inflatable armchair Blow. They have taken part in numerous exhibitions within the industry and have been invited to create designs for different institutions.  Their numerous awards include the ‘Compasso d’Oro’ (Golden Compass Award) in 1979. Their works can be found in the design collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Centre Pompidou in Paris and many others.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW FACTORY ITEM PAGE

RECOMMENDED MAXIMUM LOAD 215 POUNDS

DESIGNED BY D'URBINO LOMAZZI

D’Urbino & Lomazzi

Since 1966, Donato D’Urbino and Paolo Lomazzi have been working together designing architecture, objects, scenography, furnishings and urban projects. They worked with architect Jonathan De Pas from the beginning of their careers until 1991 (the year of De Pas’ death). During the 1960s, they showed a particular interest in the activity of creating temporary furniture and architecture, featuring the use of materials and cutting-edge industrial techniques.  They designed a series of pneumatic dwellings for the Italian pavilion at the World Expo in Osaka and for the 14th edition of the Milan Triennial.
In 1967, they designed the inflatable armchair Blow. They have taken part in numerous exhibitions within the industry and have been invited to create designs for different institutions.  Their numerous awards include the ‘Compasso d’Oro’ (Golden Compass Award) in 1979. Their works can be found in the design collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Centre Pompidou in Paris and many others.

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