It is a table which is the combination of different materials, with a slight 1950's look, but which at the same time shows a contemporary technology.
The top is defined by a tapering edge which lightens the visual perception of its thickness, making it light and suspended.
The leg section reminds vaguely of a plane's wing, which is the shape that inspired the name.
It is interesting to see how the oak melange finish of a table can be matched to different types of marble: Travertine Silver Brown, White Carrara, Calacatta Gold or varnished glass.
Designer: Ferruccio Laviani ——- [ Misura Emme ]