Mario Bellini's Colonnata marble table black - 1970s
DESCRIPTIONColonnata black marble dining table, Mario Bellini, Italy 1970s. Rectangular glass top which could be customized to your desired dimensions. Don't. hesitate to reach out with any questions. World-renowned architect and designer Mario Bellini has been an influential figure in Italian design since the 1960s. His prolific body of work spans architecture, urban planning, and furniture and industrial design. Bellini was born in Milan in 1935. He graduated with a degree in architecture from Milan’s Polytechnic University in 1959. Shortly after, he became the design director at La Rinascente, a popular chain of Italian department stores. In 1963, he was hired by tech-firm Olivetti as their chief design consultant. In the same year, he established the architectural and design firm Studio Bellini in Milan with business partner Marco Romano. Although Bellini’s designs were less iconoclastic than his contemporary postmodern designers, they were no less innovative and are characterized by original, organic, technically complex forms.. Iconic designs include the Amanta Chair (1966) and Le Bambole Sofa (1972) both for B&B Italia; the Kar-a-Sutra van (1972) for Citroën, which was exhibited at Italy: The New Domestic Landscape at the New York Museum of Modern Art in 1972; the Divisumma 18 Electronic Calculator (1973) for Olivetti; the 412 Cab Chair (1976-7) and Victoria Series (1982) for Cassina; and the Bellini Chair (1998) for Heller, which won a Compasso d’Oro in 2001. Bellini has also designed for major international companies such as Artemide, Brionvega, Fiat, Flos, Pirelli, Renault, Rosenthal, Tecno, Vitra, and Yamaha.
Colonnata Black Marble & Glass
W 200 cm, D 100 cm, H 71 cm
Continental US€ 2400
Rest of worldPrice upon request
Local pickupFree of charge