Design by Gianluigi Landoni, 2011.
By Sovet Italia
Drawing on the dynamism of a moving element, the Lambda Square Dining Table encompasses flowing movement. The Lambda base consists of an undulating, ribbon-like pedestal paired with a clear glass top. Warm up the space with a wood base or opt for the white Cristalplant base for a clean, modern look. Choose from traditional clear glass or extralight glass for the top. Add movement and finesse to your modern dining room with the Lambda Square Dining Table.
Clear and Extralight glass are distinguishable by the glass edge color. Traditional clear features a green tinted edge. Extralight glass is more transparent than traditional clear glass and features a clear blue tinted edge.
Cristalplant© is an Italian created unique compound, comprised of mineral extenders from nature as well as a small percentage of high grade polyester and acrylic polymers. Cast molding is used create the desired shape. Cristalplant is 100% recyclable, non-toxic and hypoallergenic.
Frequent cleaning of CRISTALPLANT© ensures the life of its original beauty.
Material(s): Glass top, cristalplant, walnut, oak, or wenge base
Dimensions: 55.1"W X 55.1"D X 29.9"H
Designer: Gianluigi Landoni
Graduating from Polytechnic of Milan, architect and designer Gianluigi Landoni carries out research and development of industrial design with a strong focus in the hotel industry and trade. Striving to deepen his creative research, desire and curiosity provided opportunities for Landoni to work in various production areas. Partnering in the design studio Progetica Design, he collaborates with internationally recognized design oriented firms. Participating in public and private shows and competitions, Landoni was recognized in the 1991 edition of the "Compasso d Oro", the 1998 edition "Premio Compasso d Oro" and received the 1999 iF(International Forum) Product Design Award.View other products by Gianluigi Landoni
Manufacturer: Sovet Italia
Sovet Italia was founded at the end of the 1980's when glass gained incredible traction as a viable material in the furniture market. At the time, innovative glass processing techniques began to pave the way for unique artistic expression in the material. Groundbreaking and functional furniture designs were made possible with a partnership of traditional glass shaping techniques and advanced technologies, allowing for durable glass furniture that was no longer constrained to limited use within traditional design.
A decade later, Sovet Italia confirmed itself as a leader in shaped contemporary glass furniture, having developed a full range of products that stood out for their originality of form, color and finishes. During the years to follow, the company tested new solutions for the use of bent glass and refined its own project culture. And in 2003, Sovet partnered with Altherr Lievore Molina's studio to develop its Divetro Collection: a true turning point for the company. The collection represents an ambitious research project with strong contents of formal and technologic innovation, marked by the chic minimalism of Altherr Lievore Molina’s studio.
Today, Sovet Italia continues to expand its offering beyond its origins in glass in order to satisfy the requirements of a broader, more demanding market. The company continues to advance its innovative techniques and designs with renowned designers around the world, constantly pushing the boundaries of glass form in the furniture industry.View other products from Sovet Italia