Elipse barrel-shaped table in walnut wood and glass

Base in veneered wood, Canaletto Walnut finish.
Top in extra clear tempered glass.

Dim. cm. 152 x 83/103 x h. 75.

Production time 7 weeks


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Elipse was born from the creative genius of the Arter & Citton studio.

A barrel-shaped table, with an original and majestic base, in veneered wood in the elegant Canaletto Walnut finish.
The base of the wooden table recalls the natural motif of the roots of a tree and the top in tempered extra clear glass lets you admire the base.
The glass top rests on a single point of balance, naturally well fixed and designed for optimal sealing. This solution adds elegance and lightness.

The top measures cm. 152 x 83/103.
The base is cm wide. 75.
The table is cm high. 75 and weighs about 65 kg.



The table is customizable.
The base can be made of painted metal available in different colours.

For any customization needs, we are at your disposal by telephone at no. +393477960415 or by e-mail at



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Arter and Citton

The Studio Arter&Citton, founded in 1990, operates through a wide range of projects within several areas including architecture, design, interior design, nautical projects, communication and visual selling. A variety of experiences, intentionally conceived like a “homogenous mixture”, and not intended to target a specialised sector, yielded advantages and remarkable synergies. During time new areas of exploration became available, leading in turn to greater freedom in project development. In 1997 a new laboratory was established within existing facilities, named D.MOD, its function being to explore new opportunities within the disciplines of both Urban and Alternative design, which are now enriched by other figurative expressions, namely photography, painting and sculpture. The objective of the lab is experimentation with innovative shapes and contents, applicable to the various intended areas. The main target is represented by project elaboration and learning from new experiences and derived knowledge. In this content of research, the projects acquire new validity as alternatives to the common forms of interpretation.