ORA ITO - EDITION LIMITEE BRONZE
dining table

H. 73,5 x ∅. 163 cm

Design Ora Ito

When opposites attract…. designed for Roche Bobois in 2012, the Ora Ito dining table is now presented in a new bronze version with a patina finish. Roche Bobois offers a new daring combination mixing an avant-garde silhouette with a three-thousand-year-old material. The result is an exceptional piece, released as a limited edition of 15 numbered pieces only, available exclusively at La Galerie Roche Bobois in Monaco. The offset base features three twisted supports that resemble vines and was created in an artisan workshop near Venice using lost-wax casting. This traditional process consists of pouring wax into a mould then melting it by injecting molten bronze. Roche Bobois used this age-old technique to create a new table that looks as if could also be an ancient artefact. ...

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dining table

Dining table in bronze, made using lost-wax casting, gold bronze or antique green finish. Top in 10mm-thick clear tempered glass, base with tray in bubbled glass. Limited edition with 15 tables available for each finish (numbered).

Manufactured in Europe

eco conceived

This product was identified as eco-designed by our qualitative assessment tool developed in collaboration with the CBAF. it has been positively evaluated according to 8 criteria corresponding to each stage of its life cycle Technological institute.

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Ora Ito

ORA-ITO is the brand and name used by the French designer who founded the first virtual studio, aged 19. Famed for subverting the communication of global design brands such as Nike and Apple, Ora Ito became something of a media sensation in the late 1990s, especially when orders to the ORA-ITO website flooded in as people tried to buy his ‘virtual’ range of products. He has since worked with many of the world’s leading brands. For Roche Bobois Ora Ito has created a range of furniture including a spectacular futuristic dining table, winner of the Best of the best at the 2013 Red Dot Awards.

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