by Lorenzo Bini
An indefinite shape, a gesture, a single material. For this original dining table, Lorenzo Bini is inspired by the work of Cy Twombly and transforms it into a piece of contemporary design. A marble top – obtained by tracing a portion of the famous “Orpheus” painted in 1979 – supported by five legs – obtained by combining slightly staggered strips of the same marble – becomes an invitation to take a seat to pay homage to the work from which it took its shape and the artist who created it.
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Matt Fior di Pesco marble.
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