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BOMA

2022 | Roberto Lazzeroni

The Boma table draws inspiration from the “intricate simplicity” of sailboats, in which wood was the most frequently used material. The chief carpenters typically poured all of their know-how into the sailing vessels’ impeccable construction details, in terms of functionality and formal elegance.

The top is crafted in wood and marble versions and rests on a structure made of solid canaletto walnut or ash in elliptical section. The legs cross and rotate onto a crossbeam; a steel tensioning rod lends stability to the table.

The result is a solid table with well-calibrated proportions, comfortably at home in settings with the most diverse styles.

 

Structure in solid canaletto walnut with natural finish, or stained walnut extra or coffee; or, in solid ash with natural finish or stained walnut, cherry, teak, coffee, wenge, ebony or brown. Tensioning rods and screws in steel with satin, chrome, burnished, black chrome or glossy anthracite color finish.

Top in canaletto walnut veneer with natural finish or stained walnut extra or coffee; or, in ash veneer with natural finish or stained walnut, cherry, teak, coffee, wenge, ebony or brown;  or, in these types of marble: polished Calacatta Gold, matt Calacatta Gold, polished white Carrara, polished nero Marquina, polished Emperador, matt Emperador, Emperador Light, polished Marron Damasco, matt Marron Damasco, polished grey Stardust, matt grey Stardust.

Art. 29785, 29795 not available with marble top.

Feet in die-cast Zama in these finishes: satin, chrome, burnished, black chrome, glossy anthracite color. Feet rest on tips made of thermoplastic material.

 

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TOP

MARBLES
WOODS

FRAME

 

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