rectangular table with transparent glass top and wooden structure
Sesto by Piero Lissoni represents the archetype of the table in its formal essentiality. Strong contemporary design, created with impeccable elegance, it is characterised by the lightness of the rectangular top supported by the double trestle base.
The seemingly simple architecture hides a sophisticated detail in the construction of the leg, in which the T-element supporting the top inserts into the trestle. Another uniqueness is achieved by the juxtaposition of the materials: the extra-light glass top, also available in wood, in argilla and reconstructed marmo finishes, exclusive to Lema and in porcelain stoneware; the wooden legs and the support in metal.