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Niobe 671 - 672

Designed 2016
The forms of nature and the processes that occur without man laying hand on them: for example, a river rock split in two with the upper side smoothed out by water and time, whilst the lower side has maintained its curvature.

The slabs of Carrara, Marquina or Emperador marble are opaque, warm and pleasant to the touch, supported simply on a minimal metal base in black or white.

Small tables. Steel frame painted in the shades black or white. Tops available either in white Carrara marble, or in black Marquina marble or in Emperador marble with stain-resistant protective varnish, in clear matt polyester.
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Italian designer Federica Capitani studied Industrial Design at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Genova. Between 2002 and 2005 she worked for Patricia Urquiola in Milan, and in 2005 she joined Marcel Wanders in Amsterdam, where she was responsible for product and furniture design until 2007.

After a period in Japan working on design and cultural projects, she moved to London in 2009 and established Federica Capitani Design Studio. Her work ranges from small utilitarian objects to architectural projects focusing on furniture and lighting design. Federica teaches in London at the Royal College of Art. 
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