1986 Renzo Piano Teso Dining or Work Table for Fontana Arte Italy
Renzo Piano dining "Teso" table for Fontana Arte Italy designed in 1985. The FontanaArte Teso Table is a beautiful sleek contemporary table made entirely out of glass. The Teso Table by FontanaArte was designed by notable Italian architect Renzo Piano. Renzo Piano is the Italian architect best known for his high-tech public spaces, particularly his design (with Richard Rogers) for the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. The Renzo Piano designed Teso table has a layered (.98" thick) float-glass top. It also has layered (.59" thick) float-glass sheet legs, grooved to contain burnished metal ties. Thanks to its high glass-compression coefficient, tension makes the table a one-piece structure. Clean simple lines and a minimalist design make the FontanaArte glass Teso Table a winner with lasting appeal. If you are looking for a glass table that can really change the look and feel of your dining room or dining area, the FontanaArte Teso Table is a most fitting choice. Made in Italy.
Dimensions: 28.5 x 55 x 55 inches