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Giglio

Giglio Design Alberto Basaglia Natalia Rota Nodari

Giglio is a round table with a name (the Italian word for lily) that calls to mind both an enchanting island of the Tuscany Archipelago and the symbol of Renaissance Florence, the cradle of art and culture.
With its harmonious and light shapes, GIGLIO is as fresh as a blooming flower, and it stands out in any room like an island in the endless blue of the sea.
The support of the glass top consists of a coloured stem, soft yet solid at the same time, a sail taut in the wind that can be lowered and replaced in just a few minutes to elegantly begin a new journey.
GIGLIO, like all the other products made by MaMà Design Italia, comes with completely removable covers: simply change the colour or the cover type of the “stem” to obtain a table that is different every time yet always the same.

 

 

 

 

Alberto Basaglia Natalia Rota Nodari
Alberto Basaglia Natalia Rota Nodari

Alberto (1969) and Natalia (1970):

“Architecture, design, graphics, interior design: all is design. A project is a vision of that which has yet to exist.Our goal is to give it our all so that this vision, shared with the customer, finds the best available road so that it becomes a reality”.Natalia and Alberto founded an Associated Firm in 1997.They have already developed many works of environmental, industrial, commercial and residential architecture, and they also cooperate in the area of design with many international companies, in some of which as artistic directors.