Intérieur aux aubergines - Bianca oval table by Cristina Celestino - Maison Matisse
Intérieur aux aubergines - Bianca oval table by Cristina Celestino - Maison Matisse
Intérieur aux aubergines - Bianca oval table by Cristina Celestino - Maison Matisse
Intérieur aux aubergines - Bianca oval table by Cristina Celestino - Maison Matisse
Intérieur aux aubergines - Bianca oval table by Cristina Celestino - Maison Matisse

Bianca oval table

Designer: Cristina Celestino

3,450 €

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The Bianca coffee table features a rattan frame made in the traditional manner and a ceramic tabletop with a solid color matte paint finish. This tabletop is cast and removed from the mold by hand by one of the oldest Tuscan artisan manufacturers, in Italy. The Bianca table can be used as a coffee table, end table or bedside table.

• Dimensions (in.) : H13,7 x D11,8 x W23,6
• Materials: Rattan and ceramics
• Handmade in Italy

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Intérieur aux aubergines - Bianca oval table by Cristina Celestino - Maison Matisse
Intérieur aux aubergines - Bianca oval table by Cristina Celestino - Maison Matisse
Intérieur aux aubergines - Bianca oval table by Cristina Celestino - Maison Matisse

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The Bianca coffee table uses the palette of colors drawn from the still life Intérieur aux Aubergines (1911) by Henri Matisse that inspired Italian designer Cristina Celestion in creating this collection. Its round shape recalls the dressing table in the painting. 

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Care: Clean with a soft, slightly damp cloth. 
The use of abrasive products is not recommended.
Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight may alter the color of the pieces.

The designer Cristina Celestino collaborated with Maison Matisse

Cristina Celestino

For the permanent collection Intérieur aux aubergines, Maison Matisse was inspired by Henri Matisse's eponymous painting from 1911 and collaborated with the Italian designer Cristina Celestino. This choice seemed self-evident. The designer’s world is perfectly adapted to that of the artist’s painting in this particularly decorative canvas where the planes deeply superimpose each other.

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