MISSULTIN TABLE

A unique piece whose name is derived from a dried fish typical of Lake Como. 
The fish's characteristic black spots, which decrease in size from the head to the tail, 
are reproduced on the table top. These spots correspond to the table's legs, 
which change in diameter and taper towards the base. 
The structure and surfaces are made of a variety of metals, 
with the exception of an inlayed piece of glass that represents the fish's eye, 
and of the table's border, which is made from wood.

Dimensions: 460 x 100 x 75 cm
Weight: 250 Kg