Tense Material Intarsia

by Piergiorgio Cazzaniga

“A smart beauty, resulting from a thought and a know-how capable of transmitting a deep emotion through a wise accentuation of the peculiarities of the materials used”. Piergiorgio Cazzaniga" This particular nish is made starting with marble dust that has been mixed with a ller and is then spread manually over the entire surface of the table. After being carefully sanded, an intarsia inlay is fashioned according to the roles of the famous “point line plane” theory elaborated by Kandinsky, and nished with a particular treatment of painting and natural wax. IN 2019, NEW SIZES AND FOUR NEW HEIGHTS(H35, H45, H90, H110 cm) FOR TENSE INTARSIA. Soa real table system was created, divided into 5 categories according to ve heights, in order to meet dierent market needs: low table, coee table/bench, dining table/working table, console/high table/high working table, high table bar/oce.

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Tables featuring mono-material finishes. The important technological innovation it incorporates, combined with the tensioning capacity coof mthpeo nents makes it possible to build tabletops in large sizes. The 35mm thick tabletop is a load-bearing composite board built with an internal frame consisting of either aluminium proles and polystyrene ller. 35x35mm steel legs with internal structural tie-rod. Reconstructed marble is obtained from marble powder mixed with a binder. The compound thus obtained is spread onto the surface, granting the original material a more homogeneous appearance and yet preserving its natural features, such as its porosity. Top, edges and legs lined with a sheet of material in a thickness of about 3 mm. Avalible inblack ebony top with intarsia in white Carrara marble or intarsia in bronze.



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