The Van Dyck, table/sculpture designed by Rodolfo Dordoni for Minotti. I stumbled upon this table when searching for a kitchen design by Rodolfo.
“Originally presented in the versions with smoked grey glass top and Calacatta marble top, Van Dyck evolves with new proposals in oak wood – natural brushed, grey tinted, moka and black lacquered – and in the special matt walnut wood. A piece which distinguishes itself by its great personality, always tuned in every setting, thanks to its definite lines. Van Dyck is characterized by its peculiar metal base, made up of 3 crossed tubular legs, available in bright chrome-plated finish, in black-nickel and black or butter lacquered. Van Dyck boasts surfaces of different shapes, from the round one, to the rectangular and the square one, this last with the base made up of 4 legs placed in the four corners of the table.”