design : CRS

Side tables.
The Lio series also includes a console.

Structure: AISI 304 stainless steel, matt varnished in avorio or grigio lava colour, plastic spacers.
Support surface: aluminium, matt varnished in a colour matching the structure.

– Luce
– Amoriana
– stoneware painted by hand with oxidized colours, created with a mix of powders and pigments.

The decoration with oxidized colours and the Luce finish featuring exclusive colours are made by hand by Nicolò Morales on tops made of stoneware.

The tops in Luce are made by hand with natural materials, which react unpredictably to crafts production processes. Their surface can feature thickness differences, little marks, small holes less or more deep, striping, little variations of colour tone and solidity. These characteristics are linked to the very nature of the materials and are considered qualities able to make each top unique and different from any other.

Unlike as for the tops of other products, the Luce finish of the Lio tops is made on stoneware. This means that the colours, despite being the same ones made on lava stone, are of a lighter shade and seem slightly more transparent.

The Amoriana tops are made by casting glass blocks according to a traditional technique to obtain a compact and thick sheet.

This product can be used also in interior environments.

We advise to use a Winter Set protection cover.

The tops in Luce are produced by hand-enameling lava stone or stoneware slabs depending on the design requirements as far as thickness and colour quality are concerned. Colours remain transparent and bright and allow perceiving, though their shades, the porosity and imperfections of the base. The surface of the tops in Luce may have differences in thickness, small spots, streaks, shading, slight variations in the tone and consistency of the colours. These particularities give character to the product and are qualities able of making each top unique and different from any other.
Projects with Lio
Casa Baglioni Milan

Rooftop by Sadler
Photo: Diego De Pol