Minimalistic Regolo dining table designed by Gianfranco Fini and produced by Poltronova in Italy in 1975. The table made from solid pine wooden bars and panels. These elements are expertly assembled to create a sculptural masterpiece. The tabletop itself is supported by a glass surface which is double-layered and remains in excellent original condition. It can be disassembled into six parts, making it perfect to transport. Its design is a perfect combination of graphics and architecture, offering a visually stunning presence in any space. During the day, it interacts beautifully with natural light, especially when the sun shines on it. In the evening, when you light it up with your own fixtures, it creates a beautiful ambiance. The dining chairs on the last picture are not included in this listing but can be purchased here
Literature; Facendo mobili con Poltronova 1977, page 60/61
Gianfranco Fini was born in Rome in 1936. From a very young age, he developed a great passion for fine arts, also fueled by his father painter. He attended the art school in Rome and, at the age of eighteen, he spent a year in Paris to pursue his artistic studies. He returned to Italy to join a group of young artists of his generation, who were then gathering around the avant-garde movement that will later be known as the School of Piazza del Popolo. Among them, the successful painters and sculptors Kounellis, Ceroli, Festa, Schifano, and Franco Angeli. A few years later Fini decided to enroll in the Faculty of Architecture at Rome’s La Sapienza University, although he never really abandoned his artistic ambitions.
In 1975, in association with another famous professional studio, Gianfranco Fini took part in various important European competitions such as the Italian Pavilion at the Osaka fair, then for the European Investment Bank, Brussels, and the Luxemburg Musical Academy. In 1976, in association with another architect, he won the competition for Damascus Academy of Fine Arts in Syria and later for the building of the Consiglio Regionale d’Abruzzo, former Palace of the Region of L’Aquila, in Italy.
|Materials:||Pine wood, glass|
|Holland / Belgium:||€ Free|
|Europe:||€ 150 - 750|
|Outside Europe:||€ 900 - 1850|