“Sesto is a table with two fundamental elements: legs and a top. It is constructed to an architectural scale and maintains this language while paring it down to its very essence: two legs that intersect, a beam that holds them together distributing the weight and a flat surface placed on top, exactly as in a building. It’s no coincidence that it’s called Sesto, which translates as arched, as are the legs.” Piero Lissoni
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