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Leonardo Table

Leonardo Table

Manufacturer: Zanotta

The Leonardo Table is a classic Achille Castiglioni design named after the great Renaissance painter

Leonardo Table

Manufacturer: Zanotta

The Leonardo Table is a classic Achille Castiglioni design named after the great Renaissance painter

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Inspired by the trestle-top work tables that painters, artisans and designers have worked on for centuries, Achille Castiglioni created the Leonardo Table for Zanotta in 1969.

Distinctive beech wood trestles allow the table to be set at five different heights, while the white laminate top ensures easy upkeep with a compelling visual contrast. Equally suited to use as a work desk or a dining table, Leondardo has a classic appeal enhanced by its robust simplicity.

One of the most influential figures in Italian design, Achille Castiglioni was renowned for his imaginative designs, and the Leonardo Table is no exception. It is displayed in museums around the world including London's V&A.

  • L.200 x W.100 x H.63-89 cm.
Zanotta Leonardo Table Trestles Achille Castiglioni
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's collection features many pieces that typify the creativity and innovation of Italian mid-century design belong to.

'We didn't realise we were creating what is today called Italian Design and that our products would be the pieces that determined its history and development. Enthusiasm and spontaneity were the driving force of our work. Intuition prevailed over reason.' - Aurelio Zanotta

Many of the furniture pieces that typify Italian mid-century design belong to Zanotta's collection. Since their beginnings in 1954 as a sofa and chair company, the company worked with revered, experimental designers such as Enzo Mari, Achille Castiglioni and Bruno Munari, on iconic pieces such as Castiglioni's Mezzadro stool. ..

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