Tulip Oval Marble dining table with lacquered aluminum base
Tulip Oval Table Marble
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Tulip Oval Table Marble
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Regular Price: £2,433.00
Special Price £1,824.75
100% Made in Italy. Pedestal in white or black lacquered cast aluminum. Table-top available in the following different marbles: White Carrara, Black Marquina, Calacatta Oro, Bianco Cristallino and Arabescato Vagli. View also the Wooden tulip oval table and the Laminated tulip oval table
The "marble stain protection treatment" allows to drastically reduce the absorption of liquids from the marble table top. This will create a barrier against dirt to prevent deterioration.
Tulip Oval Table Marble Bianco di Carrara
The Carrara White Marble is characterized by a homogeneous ground paste with shiny granules with a color ranging from white to greyish with gray veins that fade through it discontinuously.
We could safely say that the Marble of Carrara is not a marble but is "THE" marble. All the great sculptors have measured themselves with this material, also called and not by chance, Marmo Statuario (Statuary Marble).
Tulip Oval Table Marble Bianco Cristallino
Bianco Cristallino is a white marble of metamorphic genesis and therefore traceable to marble with a clear, medium-large crystal grains. Its structure and color are uniforms in the slab and its most appreciable finish is the glossy one.
Its particularity lies in the crystallization of the marble which makes it appear almost as a precious stone.
Tulip Oval Table Marble Nero Marquinia
Nero Marquiña marble is extracted from Spanish quarries with an intense black color with a very compact base. This natural stone is crossed by irregular veins of white or light gray, more or less marked with a diagonal pattern, a detail that gives the Nero Marquiña marble an original and modern look, never predictable.
The Nero Marquina marble, thanks to its characteristics, is considered a material of great elegance.
Due to its characteristics, black Marquinia marble lends itself very well to an excellent glossy finish.
Tulip Oval Table Marble Arabescato Vagli
Arabescato Vagli is an Italian marble with a white background with gray / black veins.
The Arabescato Vagli is a typical marble of the Apuo-Varsigli area, which takes its name from the place of extraction, Vagli in the province of Lucca. The vanguard Vagli has a white color, with greyish-gray veins, only sometimes rosy.
In the pas,t it has been used a great deal for columns and floors of churches, such as in the Saint Peter Church in Rome.
The finish that best compliments the beauty and uniqueness of its particular oval veins is the glossy one, which gives the stone an antique, perfect appearance.
Tulip Oval Table Marble Calacatta Oro
The Calacatta Macchia Oro Marble is a precious and refined marble, used since the Renaissance for the realization of interior design projects and luxury objects. The indisputable beauty of this precious stone makes it one of the most used marbles for its scenographic effect, ideal for precious marble works.
The peculiarities of Calacatta Oro are the crystalline white background with elegant golden-yellow veins.
Able to create warm atmospheres with its light colors with sinuous veins, Calacatta Macchia Oro marble is able to combine beautifully with materials other than marble such as wood and metals. Unique among the marbles, the Calacatta Oro allows you to give free rein to the imagination guaranteeing aesthetic luxury combined with the best lasting performance and new technological trends.
The Calacatta Macchia Oro Marble is the material that expresses the essence of the beauty of the Carrara mountains and the Apuan Alps, combining the idea of luxury with the sober elegance that characterizes many types of marble and in the same way gives personality to the environments.
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Finnish architect and designer, Eero Saarinen studied sculpture in Paris and then architecture at Yale. He was awarded a scholarship, which enabled him to return to Europe for few years. When he went back to America, he joined the architecture practice of his father Eliel – a figure of great importance in the European Art Nouveau movement – contributing to major projects. During this period, he met Charles and Ray Eames.
Together, they created highly innovative furniture, which earned them a host of prizes during the early 1940s. They also worked on the “organic furniture”, furniture in a unified form and in a single material. Among his most renowned works as an architect, there are the CBS skyscraper in New York, the Dulles Airport in Washington D.C., and the TWA terminal, Kennedy Airport and Lincoln Center in New York city.