The Beleos collection of tables, the Lombard name that recalls the concept of "head of the family", comes from a sign from which many variations are developed. The cornerstone of the project is the supporting structure, conceived as a real genetic matrix.
By a variation of its measures, which maintains the proportions, in fact, creates a family of different sized dining tables and forms, and a coffee table line ideal for residential and public spaces.
The structure consists of a "beam" metal made from two profiles are arranged in parallel and joined by brushed brass spacers, which draw a Y at both ends. They are attached to these legs, solid wood, characterized by a variable section and available in oak or walnut finish. The plan, however, is offered in versions oval, circular, rectangular and with different finishes, including the crystal option, which highlights the sleek steel frame from which it takes origin of the project Giulio Iacchetti for Bross.