Romanesque architecture meets contemporary design with the Tomè tables /
VittEr Design®, a brand of the Filippi 1971 company, adds the Tomè collection of architectural tables, designed by the architects Basaglia + Rota Nodari, to its furnishing proposals.
Symbol of an innovative design linked to tradition, the project is inspired by the Rotonda di San Tomè, the well-known Romanesque monument in the province of Bergamo, a few kilometers from the company headquarters. A link with the territory and, more generally, with the Made in Italy value which VittEr Design® is committed to enhance.
The Tomè tables therefore interpret the ancient Romanesque architecture combined with the unconventional spirit of the company, giving life to a refined game of balance and volumes.
The protagonist is the sculptural base, composed of a theory of slabs that fit together creating an important volume, rigorous in the geometries and, at the same time, light, capable of giving identity and movement to the product.
This iconic structure supports the tops, defined by rounded and sinuous corners, in contrast with the clear and rational lines of the bases.
The Tomè collection offers round, square or rectangular tables, designed to be protagonists both in residential living areas and in representative offices.
Once more, VittEr® is the essential material that takes shape in the company’s creations: Filippi 1971’s exclusive compact laminate is formaldehyde-free, eco-sustainable, scratch-resistant and from a 100% Italian supply chain; it offers durable, practical and easy-to-maintain antibacterial surfaces.
The material is available in different shades: from the refined marble version made with digital printing, to the more ethereal and delicate total white option, as well as the energetic selection of colors that most emphasize its “full-color” peculiarity: each layer of VittEr®, from the core to the surface, is colored and customizable in several shades in the thickness to overcome the usual look of the laminates and embrace the more advanced appearance of the solid materials.