A new twist for two leading products in the Remasters collection.
The Maestro table in its original square shape and the Menhir low tables in a brand new version.
Maestro: new square version
Since his debut in the world of Italian design, Gianfranco Frattini has created iconic pieces imbued with character and beauty.
The Maestro table for Acerbis, designed in 1997, is part of the Remasters collection with two re-editions: one in 2020, in which the imposing dimensions and the scenographic impact of the materials give new value to the project, and the more recent one that includes the square version in the collection.
Respecting Frattini’s concept, the new re-edition of Maestro has been realised keeping the spirit of the product intact. Characterised by the craftsmanship of the slatted base, the table in its 150x150cm version is once again the leading player in domestic spaces.
Menhir: new cast glass top
The end of the 1970s marks one of the most important moments in the company’s history: the meeting between Lodovico Acerbis and Giotto Stoppino. A partnership that was consolidated in the following years in which Acerbis was characterised by the offer of high aesthetic and qualitative performance products, ready to become part of the domestic imaginary.
Experimentation with materials and shapes led to the creation of the Menhir table collection in 1983, which was reintroduced for the Remasters collection in the low table version. This experimentation continues today with the introduction of a new cast glass top in four delicate nuances.
The handcrafted workmanship of the top, with its irregular surface, creates a play of chiaroscuro that allows the reflected light to diffuse warmly and softly.
News Catalogue 2023
The novelties of the Remasters collection are featured in a brand-new story of archive images and original shots in the News Catalogue 2023.