Infinity dining table in solid wood

Designer :Stefano Bigi

Solid Canaletto walnut top and bases. Bases fixed on chromed metal ring.

Production time 6 weeks

18.240,00  - 19.955,00 

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Infinity is a beautiful oval dining-table signed Stefano Bigi. Top and legs are made of solid “Canaletto” walnut. The two bases are mounted on chromed metal plates, cm. 65 in diameter.

The very peculiar shape of the legs is a sinuous succession of soft lines that wrap and transform this essential designed table into an artwork.

Handcrafted in Italy, this table reflects the craftsmanship and all the experience of the artisans who have brought great attention to details and to finishing touch’s perfection.

The table is available in 4 dimensions:

  • cm. 240 x 120 x h. 76
  • cm. 260 x 120 x h. 76
  • cm. 280 x 120 x h. 76
  • cm. 300 x 120 x h. 76


The table is also available on request with glass or painted top or with ash wood, natural, or wenge lacquered or mocha lacquered top. Don’t hesitate to e-mail us to get a customized version at .

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Weight (Kg)

128 max

Volume (m³)

1.218 max


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Stefano Bigi

Born in 1974, Stefano Bigi grew up between France and Italy. Out of this double culture, he has acquired a taste for the chic and the beautiful . After studying at Art School, he started a career in webdesign within a SSII before becoming self-employed. It was 10 years ago that he first began to sketch sofas, decorative objects, and his obsession: chairs. However, when he turned 31 he decided to live for his passion : to design furniture and decorative objects. Since 2005 he has established himself in Milan and founded his own company: Helldesign di Stefano Bigi. “Design for me is an infinite, exasperated research towards the right balance between aesthetics and comfort, form and function. I try to create emotion, to invite people to sit or to use my furniture when they see it. My search goes towards those who disregard standards and uniformity, although with different needs and desires. I draw furniture for those who see a chair as much more than a seat with four legs or feet. I do not intend to create pieces for museum collections; my furniture is made to be lived and to live with its owners. These round and harmonic forms are always looking for an atmosphere, a peculiar environment, a separate space, a space apart, a space to one. Home furniture which is no more a constraint but instead a desire. I also consider comfort at top value, as creating desire is just a side effect of my job. If the design seduces, the comfort develops loyalty from the customer. A piece of furniture is not just a designer's output to me: it is the result of the cooperation between the designer's insight and manufacturer's technical skills, between the form and the technical imperatives. Achieving a balance between innovation and rationalization is the engine pushing me towards new horizons”.