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The Slot modern dining table embodies the extensive formal and technological research that has always underpinned Bonaldo's products. For this collection, designer Giuseppe Viganò has drawn inspiration from the world of geometry, from which he has borrowed different shapes and harmonized them in a single design. The collection plays with minimal shapes expressed in space: the horizontal top is supported by two supports with a characteristic H shape, one vertical and one slanted, united by a transverse element that conveys a sensation of movement. The legs and central stem are made of metal, while the top with rounded corners is available in numerous finishes, from wood to ceramic, marble and crystal, creating combinations of materials that are always different and can respond to any furnishing and style requirement.

Data sheet

Width: 200cm
Depth: 108cm
Height: ± 75 cm
Width: 250cm
Depth: 112cm
Height: ± 75 cm
Width: 280cm
Depth: 115cm
Height: ± 75 cm
Width: 300cm
Depth: 120cm
Height: ± 75 cm
Width: 300cm
Depth: 140cm
Height: ± 75 cm


    • Ardesia grey
    • Calacatta
    • Calacatta macchia vecchia
    • Imperial grey
    • Laurent
    • Black Onyx
    • Mountain peak
    • Rosso imperiale

Materials, fabrics, leathers, colors and finishes are approximate and may slightly differ from actual ones. You can find the complete collection of Bonaldo fabrics and leathers on the website https://www.bonaldo.biz/


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Giuseppe Viganò

He gained a diversified experience in the furniture industry by which he acquired a comprehensive way of looking at the project. Viganò launched his collaboration with Bonaldo in 2004 with the Squaring bed, which would become one of the company’s most popular products. His contribution is based on energetic combinations of lines and an industrial design orientation. Among the popular pieces made for Bonaldo there is the TL table, awarded the "Good Design Award” in 2015.

Giuseppe Viganò