If you don’t get close, you can’t understand what characterizes this dining table. The leg. Here, as in the Patta chair, it changes in section. On the ground, perfectly circular, it rises, crushing itself at the top, creating a flat surface at 45 degrees that accommodates the connection structure. It hides a strong sign, almost a decoration, in the underlying structure, keeping its external appearance clean and linear. A flat pack table. The low tables, on the other hand, are characterized by tops with soft ovoid and triangular shapes, smooth or hollow, natural wood or lacquered mdf.
Born in Forli. She graduates in Architecture at the University of Ferrara with experiences in Sweden and the United States. MA in Design at Domus Academy. From 2004 until July 2012 she collaborates with James Irvine, growing an international knowledge and vision. From 2017 she runs her on business setting her studio in Milan. Her design approach is based on a continuous personal interaction with clients, technicians… She focuses on product design, exhibition design and art direction. The art direction activity has led her to develop a personal vision and sensitivity towards the communication of products, often pushing her to deal with the concept of photo shoot sets. She teaches, as guest professor, in various Universities such as Ecal.