The inspiration behind the new Janeiro table designed by Bartoli Design for Lago is the idea of a rocky monolith.
The characteristic form of the concrete block serving as the table base perfectly resembles the well-known Brazilian peack “Sugarloaf Mountain” in Rio de Janeiro. The base of the Janeiro table is in fact made of two equally balanced solid dome shapes, made from concrete and printed with a natural finish. A treaded steel structure connects the base and top. The table top seems to balance magically on the summit below. The candid, textured effect of the cement works perfectly with the soft lines of the base and top.
The candid, textured effect of the cement works perfectly with the soft lines of the base and top, available in a circular, oval or rectangular shape and in the following finishes: clear glass, gray smoked glass, polished glass, XGlass, Wildwood, Agewood and Haywood.