Two tables, two different souls for a project that honours materials.
In a complete renovation of a 1960s residential building overlooking the Treviso hills, design firm Didonè-Comacchio Architects experimented with combinations of materials to create a warm, oriental-inspired environment.On the ground floor, the wood is brought to its highest expression and interacts directly with the vertical surfaces, dominated by neutral tones and colder materials like cement.
The design philosophy for the exterior is completely opposite: the grey and rational building shell, marked by large tone-on-tone metal panels, is softened by precious details such as the ethereal lighting or the large wood volume. To enhance this contrast, two Lapitec tops have been designed for original indoor and outdoor tables that dialogue with each other through the large windows.
For custom-made complements, in any environment.
Lapitec is a versatile material available in multiple thicknesses, colours and finishes. Its technical characteristics and workability make it ideal for application in the product design of any type of complement for indoor and outdoor spaces. Such is the case with these two tables, featuring slabs in Bianco Assoluto Satin and Grigio Cemento Satin in two different thicknesses.
Bianco Assoluto - Essenza Collection
Grigio Cemento - Essenza Collection