Nadia 70 Square Marble Coffee Table

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The Nadia 70 stone coffee table by Agglomerati is defined by its flush edge detailing. The rounded corners of the square tabletop have a circumference that perfectly aligns on top of the legs. From classic marble and travertine to natural limestone and basalt, Agglomerati carefully selects blocks with the most interest, always aiming for quality and uniqueness. Each piece is made to order in Carrara, Italy, from your choice of curated stone and finished with care.

Custom sizes and stone samples are also available upon request.

Weight 45 kg
Dimensions 70 × 70 × 33 cm
Materials

Basalt, Limestone, Marble, Travertine

Option

Arancio Di Selva Marble, Arbescato Marble, Calacatta Oro Marble, Calacatta Viola Marble, Carrara Gioia Marble, Fior Di Bosco Marble, Guatemala Green Marble, Jura Blue Grey Limestone, Nero Antico Marble, Nero Marquina Marble, Pierre Blue Limestone, Pietra Lavica Basalt, Rosso Lepanto Marble, Statuario Marble, Travertine Classic, Travertine Noce, Travertine Red, Travertine Silver, Verde Alpi Marble

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Agglomerati is a London-based studio creating distinctive stone furniture. Established in 2019 by Australian designer Sam Henley, the studio aspires to create objects of permanence in a rapidly changing - if not chaotic - world of design. Agglomerati adopts a ‘less is more’ approach in respect to the timeless qualities of the material. The collections are characterised by geometric silhouettes and well-proportions plains, which lend themselves to the rich, lustrous surface of the stone. Each piece is made bespoke from an array of classic stone varieties and finished to the highest standard, using methods and materials that will last a century or longer.

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