Dining table in cherry wood with brass tips
Decorated with discs embossed on all four sides
Width 200 cm, depth 100 cm, height 75 cm
The furniture by the Milanese architect and designer Paolo Buffa (1930-1970) are mostly unique pieces created for specific customers. What characterizes all of them is the solid and elegant lines, the use of precious woods decorated with thin grooves or other bas-relief motifs on the surfaces, and brass ornaments, together with a perfection of execution.
In this rare dining table, is the succession of round impressions along all the sides, and the long, pointed legs ending on bronze tips, which give elegance and lightness to the table.