Round or rectangular, the Bolero table has a sleek and elegant design that enhances the material beauty of its elements. The solid wood of the structure meets a table top with large wood tiles that create horizontal and vertical veins that are different every time.
Designed by Roberto Lazzeroni, Bolero is both a discreet yet noticeable addition to any room, adding a touch of sophisticated elegance. The supporting structure of the Bolero tables is made from solid wood with triangular cross-section. The wood can be ash, with wenge or moka stain, or Canaletto walnut. The top is available in wood or marble. The wood version comes with veneer in wenge- or moka-stained cut ash wood or Canaletto walnut with its distinctive inlay consisting of a criss-cross grain pattern, always matching the legs. The edges are decorated with a solid wood trim. The 220x110 cm and 250x100 cm versions of the Bolero tables and the round version with 150 cm diameter are also available with the top in Calacatta gold marble or Emperador marble, with bevelled edge and semi-polished or polished polyester finish. The 180 cm diameter round version is also available with a Lazy Susan which, resting on the table top rather than fixed to it, is composed of two round flat surfaces of different diameters.
The Bolero Table comes in a broad range of measurements;
150cm diameter, 180cm diameter, 220x110cm, 250x100cm and 300x100cm.
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Roberto Lazzeroni lives and works in his home town of Pisa. After completing studies in art and architecture in Florence, he chose conceptual art as his focus began creating work that had a more radical approach to design. In the early 1980s he took commission in both industrial and interior design, a specialisation he defines as fundamental to his overall practice. Today Roberto works in the business of design, art directing and shaping corporate identity. His studio is directly responsible for every aspect linked to the birth and development of a firm. At the same time he is also developing new furniture designs for the leading manufacturers in Europe, including Poltrona Frau.