The Arched Laguna Table Is a Tribute to Venice + Her Galleries
The Laguna Table is Antonio de Marco’s tribute to Venice, Italy. Known as a city that’s equal parts fragile, strong, and beautiful, the modular geometry of the table is a nod to its numerous galleries. The crossed vaults that make up the legs and support the tabletop are a familiar design element found up and down Venice’s canals. The various styles of the Laguna Table are made entirely within Italy by artisan experts from the furnishings industry, and de Marco says that the value of his objects is born from their hands.
The Laguna Table was designed to allow for versatility of compositions to meet different needs. The modularity of the support elements, combined with the choices available for the glass top, allows for infinite combinations and compositions. As a creator who is passionate about how his projects are executed, the various elements used to make them, and those they are intended for, de Marco’s Laguna Table should leave its mark.
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