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Ermete: much more than a table

A focus on our new collection of tables

Ermete is the wide and suspended space to create your own world.  Wide and thin surfaces capable of supporting weights and dimensions without the need to add support legs: this is not magic, but design.


Ermete, the table designed by Leonardo Rossano and Debora Mansur, thanks to an innovative system of connection between the parts (top and legs) totally concealed, allows a wide range of solutions ranging from low tables to large meeting tables. 


The concept

The solid wood legs and plywood top conceal the technology of the structure. Appropriately shaped in essential geometries, they are characterized by their visual lightness in all their many variations. The care of the finishes, the use of natural essences and the flexibility of the dimensions make them easy to place in the most different contexts.


Finishings and dimensions

The table top is available in birchwood veneered with wood or laminate finish, legs in solid oakwood.
The range of measures starts from the square versions of 130 and 150cm and continues with the 180x90 and 220x100 cm. The bigger sizes available are the 250x110 and 280x120cm.

Debora Mansur - Degree in Architecture and Urbanism at PUC- MG/Brazil and Master in Interior Design in Florence at FIDI Florence She's being working for ten years in Architecture segment mostly focused on Interior Design for residential and commercial, furniture design, projects on spaces optimization and reorganization.

Leonardo Rossano - Influenced by technologies and nature as an unfailing source of inspiration, always looking for formal, simple and essential solutions.
"A balance between aesthetics and functionality is always topical especially when it arises from the confrontaion between evolving behaviours and new trends."

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