Franco Albini designed this table in 1953, using the strut element that he had already employed in the design of the Veliero and Infinito bookshelves. In this instance, the legs serve as the vertical elements, solid, turned along their entire surface except for the square section onto which the horizontal table-top is installed.
The upturned wooden cones that surmount each leg act as spacers between the cross-beams of the frame and the table-top which, given how light it looks, almost seems to hang suspended in mid-air. The connection between the legs and the cross-pieces is highlighted by visible screws. These remind us that the TL3 table can be disassembled. The frame is available in natural wood, stained black or american walnut and comes with a rectangular or a round glass top.
The mentioned price is a starting price for the 75 x 180cm version.lead time: on request
Please enquire directly for more information.
€ 1.755 for customers outside the EU
designer: Franco Albini (1953)
year of production: 2013
frame: american walnut, natural or black stained ashwood
table tops: clear glass or with the same finish as the structure
the feet have felts underneath
75 x 180 x 85cm (hxwxd)
29.5 x 70.9 x 33.5”
75 x 225 x 85cm (hxwxd)
29.5 x 88.6 x 33.5”
75 x 85 x 85cm (hxwxd)
29.5 x 33.5 x 33.5”
75 x 140 x 140cm (hxwxd)
29.5 x 55.1 x 55.1”
75 x 130cm (hxwxd)
29.5 x 51.2”
the table tops are standard 1.5cm (0.6") thick but they can also be ordered in 3cm (1.2")