Franco Albini for Poggi Dining Table 'TL2' in Mahogany
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Franco Albini for Poggi, dining table model TL2, mahogany, Italy, 1951
The TL2 table by Franco Albini features a simplistic and sleek design. Executed in mahogany wood that features a rectangular tabletop with beveled edges. The frame consists of crossed legs connected by a stretcher and metal suspension rods going upwards. The base shows the principle of opposing forces. The tables nickname ‘Cavalletto’ meaning sawbuck or easle refers to the constructive theme of the base.
Born in 1905, Franco Albini (1905-1977) was an Italian Neo-Rationalist architect, designer, and university lecturer in design. He was noted for merging together modern furniture design with traditional Italian artisanship.
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