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FASCIA SPECCHIATA

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Design: Luigi Caccia Dominioni, 1970

Luigi Caccia Dominioni loved curves, seeing in them the essence of all things beautiful, and acknowledged how we incorporate them. He used to say “man moves in a series of twists and turns like water flowing down a river”.

What’s more: “This tendency in humans lies at the heart of architectural form”. He adopted this concept in his architectural designs as well as in objects of which Fascia Specchiata is a perfect example. The base if made up of two sheets of curved metal that interlock to create a pure architectural shape. Close up they remind you of Richard Serra’s powerful Land Art sculptures that were so popular in the 70s. A harmonious balance of art and nature are conjured up in the table’s fluid, river like movement, so typical of Caccia Dominioni’s work. The oval, glass top is ringed by a generous, mirrored band that offers a marvellous play of light. Close up you can even catch a glimpse of yourself reflected back in this elegant, horizontal mirror.

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FASCIA SPECCHIATA

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TECHNICAL DATA

Small table

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glass and mirror

Base-frame

painted steel

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FINISHES

Glasses

0200T

Transparent extra light glass

Metals

0799M

Metallic grey finish

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