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Incas

Angelo Mangiarotti, 1978

OVERVIEW

A development on the previous Eros system, the Incas features the same structural idea in a different material; extra strong stone (initially proposed in Pietra Serena sandstone with a sanded finish, also ideal for outdoor settings). It has square-shaped tops and truncated pyramid-shaped legs with a trapezoidal section so that only the two sloping planes have to withstand stress and strain due to the weight of the top, while vertical planes do not in any way support the structural system. It was later designed in other stone materials with suitable finishes, and now for the first time it is being produced in a new and sophisticated solid wood version, proving that every great idea can be further developed without losing any of its force or poignancy.

  • Collection of consoles and tables available in different finishes, shapes and heights
  • Square tables, rectangular tables, and occasional tables available in extraforte stone
  • Rectangular dining tables available in natural oak, brown oak, or dark oak
  • Also available in white Carrara marble or black Marquina marble
  • Square shaped supports are designed to be inserted into the table top
  • Tables in extraforte stone also suitable for outdoor use
  • Wood tables available can be customized to clients' specifications upon request
  • AINC4014072 Console: 55.1"w 15.7"d 28.3"h
  • AINC4014040 Occasional Table: 55.1"w 15.7"d 15.7"h
  • AINC14014072 Square Dining: 55.1"w 55.1"d 28.3"h
  • AINC14014040 Square Coffee Table: 55.1"w 55.1"d 15.7"h
  • AINC9028072 Rectangle Dining: 110.2"w 35.4"d 28.3"h
  • 86.6"w 35.4"d 28.3"h (available in wood with two or four-legged pyramid base)
  • 126.0"w 35.4"d 28.3"h (available in wood with four-legged pyramid base)
  • 118.1"w 35.4"d 28.3"h(available in wood with two-legged pyramid base)
  • Made in Italy by AgapeCasa