The top of the Borgo coffee table is a thin sheet of steel with precise cuts taken out of it. Its irregular shapes are inspired by a landscape artwork called the Cretto di Burri, which uses concrete blocks to mark out where the buildings of Gibellina once stood before they were hit by a devastating earthquake. Strips of different shapes and sizes seem to join together and overlap each other freely on the surface of the coffee table, creating small gaps that are reminiscent of the streets in the old Sicilian town. Legs made of round steel bars emphasize the incredible lightness of the overall structure, which is available with bronze, copper and brass finishes, or in seven sophisticated matt colours.
– Other finishes on request