A series of handmade wooden tables designed and made entirely of solid wood. Our carpentry uses new, recycled and reclaimed solid wood. Each of these solid wood tables, as well as all our products, can be customized (sizes, finishes and materials).
The Innesto table is an original Q21 design. The dining table structure is made entirely of solid wood: amix of new and reclaimed solid wood. The legs are formed by two oblique axes that are connected in a vertex on the ground. The junction band between them is thin and disappears below the plane.
The original project had a glass top, but while we were working on it we decided to create a solid and reclaimed wood top.
The top is embedded in the base, which indulges the shape. The old and consumed fir boards, grafted on the top, are in contrast with the polished maple new wood, almost white. The wood seems like a raw and rough fragment embedded in a transparent stone. The Innesto table can be reproduced in different options: lacquered, resin finish, glass or wood top.
A series of tables entirely in solid elm wood in its natural light colour. The base of both the dining table and the coffee table are inspired by a natural element: the idea of an animal skeleton, with a central vertebrae and ribs which support the top.
The dining table is extensible. We created a special system to add parts to the top and make it larger. It goes in pair with another table, a lower one, a classic coffee table designed according to the same canons and style of the dining table.
The two tables are ingeniously integrated: the top of the dining table runs on guides and creates a space where to lodge the coffee table’s wooden top (60 more cm).
At the same time the smoking table can be usable because it is equipped with an extra hide top.
The base of this model of table is made entirely of solid cherry wood with some beech wood bands. The legs are tapered, rounded and inclined towards the inside of the structure.
This is an open project: the top can be customized creating different geometric or non-geometric drawings. A different combination of wood species is also possible.
A suggestion could be a table with legs a lighter color (for example using maple wood) and a darker top, or conversely darker legs (for example wenge) and a top made by combining ash, pear, maple, toulipier and birch.
The table top is composed by a series of irregular axes, a sort of drunk keyboard that compresses and relaxes disorderly.
All the wood species used (walnut, maple, wenge, teak) are in their natural color and glued together with appropriate and strong joints. The top is joined to the base by using slots placed on the side bands, which allow the natural movement of the wood.
The extensions of this dining table are hidden under the table top.
The structure is in solid wood and the top is a mix of inlaid splinters of gray and blue reclaimed wood.
The legs are in walnut wood which give a vintage mood to the table.
In November 2013 we designed and built the table “Renny”, on occasion of a total renovation of an apartment in Rome.
This model is a contemporary and metropolitan declination of ancient italian country-house tables called “fratini” or “a capretta“. We chose two light solid woods: oak and elm wood, to create a contrast with the dark-shade parquet. “Renny” is reproducible in every size and dimension, also choosing different wood species.
This table is an example of how to combine the lightness of an iron structure and the softness of a wooden top for a dining table.
Each leg is formed by three iron rods that connect on the ground. The top, in Italian walnut, has along its entire perimeter an accentuated bevel that makes it slender and sinuous.
We studied the art of inlay during our school of restoration. We want to make inlay art contemporary and combine traditional techniques and materials to a more modern designs, looking forward to new aesthetics, creating unconventional wooden textures.
The first Luce Ombra table was designed in 2011; the dimensions are the standard for a dining table for six people (160x80cm). The top is made with a mosaic of dozens of different wood species. These fragments compose a chromatic flow that unravels from a darker corner and opens in a progressive light.
The inlay technique is also compatible with larger table tops and headboards too. To create inlays for furniture we use a stable support in birch plywood, which we then cover with noble wood slabs with a 4mm thickness. All the solid wood wood species are left in their natural color.
The design of the structure, entirely in solid wood, is characterized by two joints with three elements, which connect the legs to a band on the ground. It is possible to choose different wood specie
You choose the ingredients!
Our catalogue has to be taken as a guide among our creations, ideas and kinds of solutions for decorating your home. They are a sort of family albums which show all the furniture designed and built along the years.
You can use it as an inspirational idea and move from it towards your custom-made and personalized furniture.
You can mix the ingredients as you like it: shapes, materials, dimensions, woods, reclaimed or new solid wood. This is the starting point which leads you to your customized handmade furniture!
And then… we do the rest!
First of all we create a 3D project which gives you an idea of the result. From this step we start to modify the project as you suggest. We continue until we don’t reach your ideal furniture!