The dining table designed by Boris Tabacoff for Mobilier Modulaire Moderne in the 1970s is a remarkable piece of modern furniture. It is distinguished by its marble top measuring 130 cm in diameter, offering a spacious surface to comfortably accommodate several guests.
The solid metal base in the shape of a crescent moon is another striking element of this dining table. It is robust and stable , while bringing a touch of grace and elegance to the whole. The crescent moon design also allows diners to sit without being hindered by the table legs.
The choice of premium materials such as marble and metal adds a touch of sophistication and luxury to this dining table. The combination of natural stone and cold metal creates an interesting visual contrast, reinforcing the modern aesthetic of the whole.
In short, this dining table designed by Boris Tabacoff is a remarkable piece of furniture, combining elegance, functionality and modern design. It represents a perfect example of the aesthetic of the 70s, while maintaining relevance and timeless elegance.
- Width: 70cm
- Length: 120cm
- Height: 38cm
Condition: Good vintage condition.
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