Lago presents the Vertigo table Lago presents the Vertigo table
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Lago presents the Vertigo table

Written by Redazione |

23 October 2017

A real aesthetic vertigo: this is the effect of Vertigo, the great novelty of the 2017 furniture collection signed by Lago, a Made in Italy design brand that has always tried to unite aesthetics and functionality with the urgent need to elicit an overwhelming emotional flow in the observer. 

Vertigo is a table that stands out for its clean and essential line that creates a suggestive suspended effect thanks to the two legs positioned tangentially. One leg is made of dark oak and the other made of transparent extra-clear tempered glass, secured to the top with an integrated fastening system. 

The black lacquered top is made of oak slats of different lengths that give a special irregular rhythm to the surface, which further emphasises the harmonious union between the lightness of the extra-clear glass and the secularity of the oak wood.

Balance and contract are the two words that define Vertigo. This table carves out a special place in dining rooms and living areas that have an exclusive charm.

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