The Ettore round dining table quickship by Pianca is a stunning centerpiece for a modern dining area. The round top offers a welcoming personality and fits six-eight people comfortably. With a built-in lazy Susan in the center, it moves smoothly and makes eating buffet-style easy. Contrasting finishes on the base, top, and lazy Susan create a vibrant juxtaposition to highlight this lovely structure. Pair with an array of Pianca dining chairs to form a cohesive finishing look.
Manufactured in Italy to ensure quality, the Ettore round dining table is available to ship quickly for convenience. The top comes in Borgogna oak wood, the lazy Susan is in Gioia di Carrara matte marble, the pillar column is in Nebbia matte lacquer, and the base comes in glossy titanium metal.
- country of origin:Italy
- Assembly Required:Yes
- Shipping Charges:free
- Designed by Calvi Brambilla
- Top in Borgogna oak wood finish
- Lazy Susan made of Gioia di Carrara matte marble
- Nebbia matte lacquered pillar column
- Disc base in glossy titanium metal
- Manufactured in Italy
- Ø63" × 28¾"H
designed byCalvi Brambilla
Fabio Calvi and Paolo Brambilla are the iconic design duo who each bring individual talent and ideas to form brilliant designs. Calvi earned his degree in Architecture and worked with talented designers and companies before opening his studio in 2004 after studying at the Milan Polytechnic and Brunel University of West London. Paolo Brambilla received his architecture degree at Milan Polytechnic and the Polytechnic University of Barcelona. The two formed Calvi Brambilla studio in 2006 after realizing they worked well together.
Calvi and Brambilla's designs are unique in a way that they think of an unusual solution for a person's daily needs. Their work focuses on function and technical aspects and is minimalistic yet eye-catching. From design to architecture to installations, Calvi Brambilla studio does it all.
The history of the Italian design firm Pianca reaches back over 500 years, back to the time when the banks of the river Pianca were dotted with watermills that supported the area’s carpentry industry. Founded in 1946 in the small town of Gaiarine, Pianca continues the region’s tradition of crafting furniture with care. Although the company now uses modern technology, it still employs hands-on craftsmanship, as evidenced by touches such as sawn-oak finishes.
The company takes pride in employing young talent as well as famed European designers, to ensure that their designs incorporate new ideas and innovations. At Pianca, adding convenience and function to contemporary homes is as important as adding a sophisticated style.
“The combination of beauty and function” is Pianca’s motto, and this is evident in the extensive line of contemporary furnishings. The room service 360° collection from Pianca includes everything needed to furnish homes decorated in the modern interior design style, including a broad array of sofas, beds, tables, chairs, sideboards, wall units, and mirrors. Purchasing a piece of Pianca Italian furniture is an investment in uncompromised elegance, refinement, and style.
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