An evocative name and an eye-catching table that plays with perspective for a unique optical effect.


The base of the Innesti round table, designed by Paolo Grasselli for Bonaldo, appears detached from the upper part of the accessory, as though the top were suspended in the air. The two parts are united by a perfect, yet unexpected joint that puts this table in the spotlight with a great sculptural effect. This element becomes the standout feature of the living area, while dialoguing with the surrounding space thanks to the option to customize the details with different types of marble, wood and ceramic for the top and different metals for the base.

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Data sheet

Width: 120cm

Depth: 120cm

Height: ± 75cm

Width: 140cm

Depth: 140cm

Height: ± 75cm

Width: 160cm

Depth: 160cm

Height: ± 75cm

Width: 180cm

Depth: 180cm

Height: ± 75cm

  • American walnut

  • Brushed coal oak

  • Brushed natural oak

  • Ardesia grey

  • Imperial grey

  • Laurent

  • Calacatta macchia vecchia

  • Calacatta

  • Black Onyx

  • Mountain peak

  • Rosso imperiale

  • Marquinia

  • Emperador

  • Carrara

  • Calacatta

  • Rosso Carpazi

  • Saint Denis

  • Fior di bosco

  • Mat white

  • Mat brown

  • Mat black

  • Mat anthracite grey

  • Mat dove grey

  • Supreme anthracite

  • Mat bronze

  • Mat lead

  • Mat pearl gold

  • Burnished

The samples above represent the complete range of materials and finishes available for this product (regardless of the top shape or size, in the case of tables). Fabrics, eco-leather, leather and emery leather shown in this website are a selection. Colors and finishes are approximate and may slightly differ from actual ones. Please visit Bonaldo dealers to see the complete sample collection and get further details about our products.


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Paolo Grasselli

After graduating from ISIA design school in Florence, in 2003 he began working together with lighting manufacturers, for whom he designed several lamp collections. He has been Art Director of some companies in the lighting industry since 2008. His designs have been exhibited at the “Deutsches Architektur Museum” in Frankfurt and at the “Felissimo Design House” in New York.