Item No. 100214575

Rio Low Coffee Table

$10,310.00
Item No. 100214575

Rio Low Coffee Table

$10,310.00
Cane
Carrara
Nero Marquina
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  • Modern low coffee table.
  • Irregular outer edge lends visual interest.
  • Choose from three different tops.
  • 13" H 55" DIA
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Designed by Charlotte Perriand for Cassina
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Rio Low Coffee Table
$10,310.00
A conversation piece — Adorn your living room with the striking Rio Low Coffee Table. Available with a Viennese cane or marble top, Rio is a work of functional art.
Details

Details

The Rio Low Coffee Table, designed by the late French architect Charlotte Perriand, is prized for its statement-making aesthetic. Originally created for the Japanese Embassy in Paris, it comprises six radial segments arranged in an offset manner, resulting in an irregular outer edge and a hole in the table’s center. It features a solid oak base and Viennese cane, Carrara marble, or Nero Marquina marble top. Made in Italy.
  • Modern low coffee table.
  • Irregular outer edge lends visual interest.
  • Choose from three different tops.
Brand
Cassina
General Dimensions
  • 13" H 55" DIA
Product Weight
81.5 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 8" H 55" W 57.8" D
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Rio Low Coffee Table - Cane

  • Height (in): 13
  • Diameter (in): 55
  • Weight (lbs): 81.5

Rio Low Coffee Table - Marble

  • Height (in): 13
  • Diameter (in): 55
  • Weight (lbs): 172
  • Solid oak base
  • Viennese cane, Carrara marble, or Nero Marquina marble top

Charlotte Perriand

Charlotte Perriand got her start as a designer in Le Corbusier's studio, including the first tubular steel designs for systematized furnishings known as “Equipement intérieur de l’habitation.” She designed buildings, interiors, and furniture, notably a prototype kitchen for Le Corbusier’s Unité d’Habitation, the London office for Air France and conference rooms for the United Nations in Geneva.

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