Small CICOGNINO table (1953)
A familiar form born of the assemblage of the elements: a small round table with three legs that serve as supports.
The main shaft in the shape of a staff evokes the long neck of a swan whose bill is represented by the handle of the staff.
The part that supports the top plays a structural role ensuring the cohesion of the whole: a minimal structure that ensures great stability and perfect balance, for maximum expressiveness in a playful mode.
|Table finish||three-legged table|
|Colors||shades of brown|