Sabi Tables

Setsu & Shinobu Ito

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Structure in matt bronze wrought metal. 20 mm thick top in MDF veneered with heat-treated oak with uneven colouring, or in matt, white Carrara, dark brown Emperador or black Marquina marble. When quarried, dark brown Emperador and black Marquina marble have holes that are filled with resins and honed during processing.

Ø45 x H45 cm
Ø60 x H55 cm
Ø120 x H35 cm
W140 x D70 x H35 cm

Top: Heat-treated oak, White Carrara marble, Dark brown Emperador marble, Black Marquina marble

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Sabi is a new set of coffee tables available in three versions (round, oval and small). Their frames are in matt bronze with a finish in relief and their geometric shapes remind one of the concept of Sabi, typical of the Japanese culture to identify opposites. Notwithstanding its simple frame, this collection offers a wealth of rationality and minimalism.

Setsu & Shinobu Ito are both Japanese designers with a broad work experience in architecture, interior, product, industrial & packaging design. Setsu Ito, graduated from Tsukuba University in Japan, began collaborating with leader of avant-garde italian design Alessandro Mendini at Studio Alchimia, and then with great master of modern architecture and design, Angelo Mangiarotti. Shinobu Ito, graduated from Tama Art University in Tokyo, started her career for CBS Sony (Sony Music Entertainment) in Sony Creative Products and attained a Master Degree at Domus Academy, Milan. They opened their design studio in 1997, and since then, they work and consult for international clients.

Désirée, a manufacturer of upholstered furniture since 1968, based in Tezze di Piave near Treviso, Italy. Désirée philosophy mainly focuses on manufacturing an industrial product, in the upholstered furniture sector, with guaranteed quality and comfort for different uses. Its extensive collection of upholstered furniture includes armchairs, sofas, convertibles, beds and complementary items for the home and for contract furnishing schemes.