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A structural iron cross base forms the foundation for this table by Giulio Iacchetti. The beams feature forked openings that allow for the four iron legs to be inserted and locked in place via bolts, which have been calculated into the overall design. The result is both simple and sophisticated with an industrial edge. 

Two surface formats are available, 180 or 220 centimetres, and can be constructed in MDF lacquered with an opaque anti-scratch finish or natural marble. The base and legs can also be personalized in a wide range of playful colours. 

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