Tavolo Piedi Regolabili oval
Designed by Ignazio Gardella, 1951
A timeless classic.
Ignazio Gardella designed it in 1951 for the Altamira gallery in New York City.
It's a modern table, perhaps one of the first of its kind. As rational as the thought of its designer.
The adjustable feet, after which it's named, are not just a creative quirk: they have the specific function to adjust the height of the tabletop according to the customer's pleasure. This feature also makes it versatile on a floor that is not perfectly leveled.
Originally only oval-shaped, since 2018 it is also proposed in the round version with the possibility of customizing the top (color or essence).
Materials: Wood, Iron, Brass