A large dining table designed by Milanese architect Mario Bellini. Produced by Cassina, this large model Colonnato dining table was designed in the 1970s, and mixes Minimalist form with inspiration from ancient Roman columns. It features a solid onyx top and four curved solid onyx cylindrical columns. Onyx has been banned from use in new furniture since 1983.
Measurement: Diameter: 140cm | Height: 73cm
Color: Brown, Crimson
Country of manufacture: Italian
Year of creation: During the 1970s
Designer: Mario Bellini
Sustainability: Pre-Owned furniture is the highest form of sustainability. This masterpiece carries stories from past which makes it unique in its own right, and eco-efficient to the environment. It's one of a kind.
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World-renowned architect and designer Mario Bellini has been an influential figure in Italian design since the 1960s. His prolific body of work spans architecture, urban planning, and furniture and industrial design. Bellini was born in Milan in 1935. He graduated with a degree in architecture from Milan’s Polytechnic University in 1959. Shortly after, he became the design director at La Rinascente, a popular chain of Italian department stores. In 1963, he was hired by tech-firm Olivetti as their chief design consultant.
In the same year, he established the architectural and design firm Studio Bellini in Milan with business partner Marco Romano. From 1985 until 1991, Bellini edited the influential architectural and design magazine, Domus. In 1987, MoMA dedicated its first retrospective to the Italian master, honoring his life’s work and committing 25 pieces to its permanent collection. As well as being the focus of two more exhibitions, Bellini also curated countless art, design, and architecture exhibitions both in Italy and abroad. The number of accolades awarded to the designer-architect is almost endless. To date, he has received eight Compasso d’Oro awards, the Medaglia d’Oro (2004), the Ambrogino d’Oro for civic merit (2011), and many many others. Today, Bellini leads seminars and workshops at universities and academic institutions around the world.
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