Infinity Round Glass Table by Porada
Infinity, the iconic dining table of the Porada collection, designed by Stefano Bigi. Featuring a beautiful interwoven base available in solid ashwood, solid canaletta walnut or solid matt lacquered wood and is fixed on a metal ring. The transparent glass top is in tempered glass, 12 mm thick.
Ø130 x H75 cm
Ø140 x H75 cm
Ø150 x H75 cm
Ø160 x H75 cm
6-8 Weeks. This product is made to order specially for you and lead times may vary slightly. A dispatch date will be confirmed once an order has been processed.
Further options are available and our design team are at your disposal, so do not hesitate to contact us as we can discuss your requirements – please phone 01425 600273, send us an email or visit our award winning showrooms.
The EBO Price Promise
We are committed to providing the best products from the worlds leading brands whilst delivering outstanding customer service. If you have found an item for less, please send us the details so we can verify it’s authenticity and go the extra mile to secure your valued business.
About The Designer – Stefano Bigi
Born in 1974, Stefano Bigi grew up between France and Italy. Out of this double culture, he has acquired a taste for the chic and the beautiful . After studying at Art School, he started a career in webdesign within a SSII before becoming self-employed. It was 10 years ago that he first began to sketch sofas, decorative objects, and his obsession: chairs. However, when he turned 31 he decided to live for his passion: to design furniture and decorative objects. Since 2005 he has established himself in Milan and founded his own company: Stefano Bigi design studio.
“Design for me is an infinite, exasperated research towards the right balance between aesthetics and comfort, form and function. I try to create emotion, to invite people to sit or to use my furniture when they see it. My search goes towards those who disregard standards and uniformity, although with different needs and desires. I draw furniture for those who see a chair as much more than a seat with four legs or feet. I do not intend to create pieces for museum collections; my furniture is made to be lived and to live with its owners. These round and harmonic forms are always looking for an atmosphere, a peculiar environment, a separate space, a space apart, a space to one. Home furniture which is no more a constraint but instead, a desire.”