The Dama collection, designed by architect and designer Jacopo Maria Giagnoni, has an industrial flavor and speaks a contemporary language. The project stems from the pursuit of an essential but original design, declined in the bar table and desk versions: two elements able to respecting the same concept in distinct variants, which meet the most varied needs, from bistros to coworking spaces, to the home.
An aspect that denotes and marks the collection is the particular metal base structure: the bistrò base is characterized by four square section legs that converge and cross centrally: a design with a graphic impact, where linearity and creativity translate into great stability.
In the desk version, Dama is designed to offer maximum functionality in daily work and study activities. The central intersection of the basic elements was divided into two units, well connected to each other, to support tops up to 2 meters long. The top can accommodate a practical cable management kit, which ensures order and operation.
The Dama desk collection can be configured in three different sizes. All versions are composed of legs and structure in painted metal, which can be combined with tops in metal, melamine, laminate, fenix or veneered wood.