Both materials are therefore
bonded to create a strong
and longlasting piece.

For the latter, we used UHPFRC, a type of concrete used in the field of architecture for free-standing, light constructions wich doesn’t require any metallic reinforcement. It’s a ultra-high performance concrete that is reinforced with fibre and permits an unprecedent level of formal freedom for this kind of material.

The moulded concrete structure is built following a hand-drawn honeycomb grid that provides both lightness and robustness to the table and serves as a support for the thin and quite geometrical marble table top.

The concrete legs fit into the alveolar
architecture under the table so it can
be transported flat. There are three shades
of concrete that harmonise with the different
natural stones selected for the collection.