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Matteo Nunziati took his inspiration from baroque art for this set of small round tables.
The overlapping convex top resemble drapery stirred by the wind. It is as if they are hanging in the air. A typical effect of painters and architects from seventeenth-century. Rome and its iconic Trevi fountain gave the tables their name.

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Matteo Nunziati

Matteo Nunziati, born in Bologna in 1972, opened his own studio in Milan in 2000. The Nunziati Studio carries out interior architecture and design, collaborating with leading furniture, lighting and object design companies. Matteo Nunziati’s design approach provides an exchange between interior architecture and product. It has found its place in Italy’s design history, but also in Molteni&C, which is a company that embodies this kind of concept. When his projects are carried out they can be defined as interior design, such as the first Trump Toer in India in 2012.

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"The design task is to create an object which balances mankind's functional and existential needs."

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