Production time: 6/7 Weeks
Teso Coffee Table
Price € 3.109,00Production time: 6/7 Weeks
Teso celebrates sculpture and art, the ability to create admirable objects by making the most of the aesthetic potential of any material, whether it is more or less valuable. Teso is an object with unusual shapes, whose lightness and solidity attract and conquer even the most difficult tastes. The structure is obtained by perforating a round steel sheet with laser engravings, then stretching it until the desired shape is obtained. The functionality of this object is ensured by transparent glass tops that give lightness and luster to the craftsmanship of Teso. A versatile object, nevertheless capable of distinguishing itself from numerous other proposals in the sector.
Ø 118 x H.31 cm
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