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The Plinto table collection launched by Meridiani some years ago is a fine example of a collection which still maintains the interest of many luxury furniture enthusiasts. The tables in this group are available in all shapes, sizes, and materials.
Plinto can be characterized by every table’s pure lines and an ‘architectural’ design which make them elegant furniture objects to have at a living room or dining room. There are several combinations of forms, materials, and sizes.
This collection was made by Andrea Parisio, head designer and art director of Meridiani since the brand’s foundation. This is a good example of luxury furniture which is 100% originated from Italy.
The products from this collection are all made out of three main materials: woods, lacquer, and marbles. Among these three categories are many possibilities for several styles of decoration and table design.
The shapes to finish the tables have several diverse shapes (circular, rectangular, square or octagonal). The colors are also meticulously worked on in every individual case.
The brand itself had stated at the time of the launch of this collection that “Light structured metal bases in a black or bronzed brass finish match solid volumes covered in various kinds of marble, wood or lacquered finishes, and are freely combined with differently shaped tops, giving life to an interplay of solids and voids”. And we couldn’t agree more on that!