In the ancient Greek religion Selene represented the full moon, the perfect circle that, with its phases, conditions life. It is from the union of circles and semicircles that the Selene family of tables was born, a formal and expressive research to escape from the ordinariness of this object. Thanks to the intersection of the various geometric shapes, combinations of finishes and materials are created that give the object an entirely personal vibration, bringing it closer to a sculpture than to an ordinary table. The circle has also been used to delineate the shape of the base which, escaping the obviousness of the four legs, is made of two angular elements, also enriched by the decoration that characterises the top, thus giving body to a unique object. A table with a strong sign that can perform various functions, ranging from a dining table to an executive desk.

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Design Ferruccio Laviani