First-rate materials and a contemporary flavour... This is Van Dyck, the table/sculpture designed by Rodolfo Dordoni. A one-of-a-kind designer object, where refined details match a passion for high-quality finishes.
Originally designed with smoked grey glass and calacatta marble tops, Van Dyck is now available in new versions in oak - natural brushed, grey tinted, moka and black lacquered - and characteristic burled walnut. This stands out for its character and suits any room setting, based on its clear-cut features.
Van Dyck is fitted with a peculiar metal base, made up of 3 tubular legs crossed with each other, in the finishes bright chrome-plated, black-nickel and black or butter lacquered. Van Dyck boasts surfaces varying in shape: round, rectangular and square. The square version is enhanced by a base made up of 4 legs at the four corners of the table, for those fond of design with a minimal chic flavour.
Born in Milan in 1954, Rodolfo Dordoni graduated in architecture in 1979. From 1979 until 1989 he was responsible for the art direction and company image co-ordination of Cappellini International. Rodolfo Dordoni has a vast repertoire in product design typologies, encompassing domestic / contract lamps and furniture, storage systems, kitchens, bathroom accessories, objects, carpets and electrica... More