Vivai Del Sud dining table in walnut with brass inserts made in the ’60s and ’70s.
The structure of the table recalls oriental lines, in green lacquered walnut with a square and essential shape ideal for dining rooms with an eccentric style and oriental taste.
In the base of the table there is a brass plate that is a reminder of the inserts in the base of the table. Beautiful and eccentric. The conditions are good but pours signs of time given the use and use, never been restored.
Vivai del Sud were born in the Roman school of architecture in the ’60s, from the need to furnish even the interior as the gardens were becoming increasingly narrow, the architects as paintings and furniture objects with a great deal of originality and love for detail and choice of materials.
Height: 76 cm
Width: 128 cm
Depth: 128 cm
The conditions are good but pours signs of time given the use and use, never been restored.