Fenice table by Piero Bottoni

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Thanks to the designs supplied by the namesake Archivio, 2016 sees the re-edition of the Fenice table designed by Piero Bottoni in 1936 for Villa Muggia.

The actualisation of the Fenice required a lot of research to determine the most advanced technology necessary for the realisation of a project bearing such large volumes yet which would still be easy to move. To be a table thus suited to contemporary needs, Zanotta chose cement resin for the surface that reproduces the physical nature of the original design, and Polimex® for the internal structure.