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Convivio

Designer Giuseppe Bavuso, year 2017
 

The art of carpentry is fully expressed in the play of horizontal and vertical grains that forms the structure of the table. The precious marble top and woodwork provide truly Italian elegance. The thickness of the frame turns Convivio into an 'impressive' item of furniture that plays the starring role in the dining room while encouraging sociability.

Convivio

Frame in solid painted ash or in solid
italian walnut. Top in marble.

Finishings

The certified quality of Alivar’s italian design solutions, all traditionally-made using top-quality materials, becomes the focal point of furnishings where style is an experience to be explored. A collection born from formal creativity and sensibility for materials and a journey into the beauty of contemporary spaces.

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MARBLE

White “Calacatta”marble

White “Michelangelo” marble

Grey “Oriente” marble

Grey “Imperiale” marble / Stone grey

Brown “Emperador” marble

Black “Marquinia” marble

Marmo “Fior Di Pesco”

“Red Levanto” marble

“Green Issorie” marble

White “Calacatta”marble

White “Calacatta”marble
Origin : Tuscany, Italy
Very precious, Calacatta is a white marble characterized by large veins of warm gray shades of light color, coming from Tuscany.

White “Michelangelo” marble

White “Michelangelo” marble
Origin : Tuscany, Italy
Statuary White is a crystalline white calcareous marble with grey veins; of Tuscan origin.

Grey “Oriente” marble

Grey “Oriente” marble
Origin : Tunisia
Grigio Oriente is a very homogeneous dark grey marble, with lighter coloured horizontal stripes, with dark spots and eventually even red veins.

Grey “Imperiale” marble / Stone grey

Grey “Imperiale” marble / Stone grey
Origin : Iran
Quarried in Iran, Grey Stone marble is a compact, fine-grained calcareous stone. It has a fair degree of hardness, with a uniform base color that ranges from anthracite-grey to dove-grey. The surface vein pattern comprises distinct, fine white veins that vary depending on the originating quarry. These surface features should not be considered flaws, but rather exquisite differences that highlight the uniqueness of the material. The marble is finished with a polyester polish coat to enhance its exceptional beauty.

Brown “Emperador” marble

Brown “Emperador” marble
Origin : Spain
A brown-colored spotted marble with various shades of brown and white veins. It is quarried in Spain and can be light or dark.

Black “Marquinia” marble

Black “Marquinia” marble
Origin : Spain
Nero Marquina marble is sourced from the iberian peninsula and is black with marked white and silver veining that creates a dramatic pattern on the surface. It is a natural material and is best used indoors, in areas with mild climates.

Marmo “Fior Di Pesco”

Marmo “Fior di Pesco” grigio
Origin : Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy
Fior di Pesco is an Italian marble with light tones ranging from white to gray to light green with ivory, gray and rosé veins. Very much appreciated by architects and interior designers, this material is suitable for a variety of interior.

“Red Levanto” marble

“Red Levanto” marble
Origin : Liguria, Italy
Rosso Levanto is a variety of red marble, extracted in the open quarries of Levanto and the coast of La Spezia (Italy). The red color is due mainly to the presence of hematite. Its particular color and its characteristics of durability make it a particularly fine marble.

“Green Issorie” marble

“Green Issorie” marble
Origin : Valle d’Aosta, Italy
Verde Issorie is a prized Italian marble quarried in the Valle d’Aosta area; it is distinguished by variegated shades of green and black, punctuated by tiny white dots.

 

Base
ASH

“Oak”–stained ash

Grey–stained ash

Wengé–stained ash

Heat–treated stained ash

Black ash

“Oak”–stained ash

“Oak”–stained ash

Grey–stained ash

Grey–stained ash

Wengé–stained ash

Wengé–stained ash

Heat–treated stained ash

Heat–treated stained ash

Black ash

Black ash

WALNUT

“Italian” walnut

“Italian” walnut

“Italian” walnut

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