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My Home Collection presents the new Aronte table
A combination of colours and materials designed by Giulio Iacchetti …
Aronte is an articulate project in which frame, details and personalised use of colours are the focal points. Designed by Giulio Iacchetti for My Home Collection and showcased at the latest edition of the Salone del Mobile.Milano, Aronte is refined both in its formal simplicity and assembly. In order to appreciate Aronte, one must start from the base: at the bottom is a St. Andrew's cross, around which all the other components are arranged and locked in, like the tiles of a mosaic.
Its steel frame features a fork-like design at the base which allows to assemble and insert the legs - also made of steel - firmly secured by fixing screws. The screws do not merely perform a technical function, they become a unique aesthetic detail, thus contributing to the overall design.
The surface resting on the cross-shaped frame is available in two sizes - 180 cm or 220 cm - and two versions: lacquered anti-scratch opaque MDF for a more informal vibe, and marble for a more precious, sophisticated finish.
Aronte lets the imagination run wild thanks to the opportunity to personalise the top, frame and legs in three different tones. A fun combining colours which can be chosen from the wide range of finishings available, and providing the final touches to this highly expressive, stand-out piece of furniture.
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