Table with base in white (GFM71), black (GFM73), graphite (GFM69) embossed lacquered steel or satin titanium steel (11).
Top with plates in 15mm clear or extra clear glass with bevelled edges. Glazes on the satin titanium base are due to the handmade work.
Top in Canaletto walnut (NC) or burned oak (RB). Glazes on the satin titanium base are due to the handmade work. Optional central swiveling tray Lazy Susan.
Marmi Calacatta (KM01), Alabastro (KM02), Ardesia (KM04), matt Golden Calacatta (KM05), glossy Golden Calacatta (KM06), matt Portoro (KM07), glossy Portoro (KM08), glossy Sahara Noir (KM09) or Brown Zinc (KZ01) ceramic top. Glazes on the satin titanium base are due to the handmade work. Optional central swiveling tray Lazy Susan.
THE PASSION FOR IMPORTANT THINGS
The passion for the family, for new ideas, for each project that becomes a piece of furniture, for the raw material that becomes an object, for the sea raised by the wind…. And for anything could be an icon for a reality in evolution…. Those feelings and lot more have characterized the human and professional history of Mr.Giorgio Cattelan, founder of the worldwide leader Companies in the production and distribution of furniture complements.
The last of a seven-brother family, son of a famous carpenter in Thiene, small village near Vicenza, Mr. Giorgio Cattelan has grown up with the wooden flavour and the art of furniture creation. This is a tradition still alive in 5 out 6 brothers.
CATTELAN ITALIA was founded in 1979 from an idea of Mr, Giorgio and Mrs. Silvia Cattelan. They started to introduce into the market small marble complements and table in different sizes for export markets.
In 1989, in order to face market needs, the collection improved with the offer of dining tables, chairs, bookcase sand other complements. They have worked all materials – wood, glass, metal, leather – with taste and style and a important attention to the comfort.
“the house is the icon of loved belongings – says Mr. Giorgio Cattelan – is a word where everybody want to be closed to comfortable elements. The “beautiful” for me is above all “functionality”.