- Product Details
Piano Dining Table Walnut
Features and Benefits
Designed and made in Italy by Renzo Piano
Solid wood top with squared edges
Chrome-plated semi-gloss finish with tubular section
Finished with a base of oil / natural wax of vegetable origin with pine extracts
Height 75cm Width 260cm Depth 100cm
SKU 616968 Brand Riva 1920 Range Piano Designer Renzo Piano EAN Number 5051407616962Exclusive
Material & Contents
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- Product Story
Twisted tubular metal provides this beautiful walnut table’s contemporary frame
Named after the designer, Piano is wonderfully handcrafted from walnut within Riva 1920’s designated factory on the coast of Lombardy, Italy.
The base, made from drawn iron in a chrome-sanitised finish, contrasts beautifully to the natural wood top and offers plentiful legroom for all sitters.
A wonderfully twisted shape that locks in place to provide a strong frame, the use of tubular metal evokes the classic profile of Scandinavian mid-century chair designs.
Designed to seat between 10 to 12 guests, the Piano is a spacious dining table both on the surface and below.
- Delivery Information
Delivery Service Order Value Cost 2 Man Furniture Delivery Orders Over £1000 FREE Orders Under £1000 £49
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Born in Genoa, Italy in 1937, Renzo Piano is one of the worlds most esteemed architects and designers. His ground breaking designs include the Centre Georges Pompidou (1977) in Paris and the iconic Shard (2012) in London, while his collaborations with furniture manufacturers such as Riva 1920 have shown his ability to adapt his sculptural style to the home.View Designer