In the 1980s, the designers at Magis designed a table to accompany one of their chairs. A steel rod base was selected, reflecting an unmistakable midcentury-modern influence. They also liked how the rods converged to create the letters X and Z, so those letters were added to the name. As for the number three, that comes from the fact that there were three versions of the Tavolo XZ3 Table (2003): the first in 1980, followed by an update in 1990 and then the final version as we know it today. With its graphic convergence of lines, this beautifully simple, intriguing table is suitable for a variety of spaces. Made in Italy.