• Leonardo Table, Achille castiglioni, Zanotta
  • Leonardo Table, Achille castiglioni, Zanotta
  • Leonardo Table, Achille castiglioni, Zanotta
  • Leonardo Table, Achille castiglioni, Zanotta
  • Leonardo Table, Achille castiglioni, Zanotta

Leonardo Table

Leonardo Table by Achille Castiglioni for Zanotta.

The table evokes the designs of traditional workbenches and trestles, a design forged through practicalities and functionality, rather than an architect or designer. It is essential, simple and carefully crafted: properties which arise in all of Zanotta's pieces. 

The working table features natural varnished steam-treated beech trestle legs and is available with a 2.5cm thick white plastic laminate or 1.2cm tempered plate glass top.

The trestle legs are height adjustable to 5 positions.

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Leonardo Table by Achille Castiglioni for Zanotta.

The table evokes the designs of traditional workbenches and trestles, a design forged through practicalities and functionality, rather than an architect or designer. It is essential, simple and carefully crafted: properties which arise in all of Zanotta's pieces. 

The working table features natural varnished steam-treated beech trestle legs and is available with a 2.5cm thick white plastic laminate or 1.2cm tempered plate glass top.

The trestle legs are height adjustable to 5 positions.

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Single trestle leg - 86w x 51d x 63-89cmh
Table with 2 trestle legs and top - 200w x 100d x 65-91cmh

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Natural varnished steamtreated beech trestle. Top coated with white plastic laminate, or with tempered plate glass.
Adjustable height.

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Zanotta was founded by Aurelio Zanotta in 1954 with the initial focus being the production of sofas and armchairs.

Zanotta was founded by Aurelio Zanotta in 1954 with the initial focus being the production of sofas and armchairs.

Zanotta saw a gap in the market for a new form of cultural expression. This instinct saw the company come into contact with some of the most legendary icons of Italian design. 

With over 200 designs currently available from 131 different designers from 18 different countries Zanetta manages to achieve a distinct degree of design diversity. A common thread of Zanotta’s catalogue is an incredible flair for originality.

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