Amond

Amond Table: a very thick top, with clearly defined corners; a base with a geometric design, which stands out due to the absence of full volumes.

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The Amond table maintains a great sense of balance through the contrast between the top and the base, almost creating the illusion of a suspended top. Gino Carollo’s design favours an austere, pure and lean aesthetic, nevertheless retaining an elegant, flexible expressivity. Marked by contours that recall the shape of a diamond, the base is presented in multicoloured painted metal or with copper, brass, pickled or brushed steel finishes; the top is available in different variants of ceramic, glass or wood. The richness of the material displays a play of equilibrium and makes Amond a polyhedric table, which can easily be integrated within both classic and modern settings. A console with the same name (Amond Console) is also available for creating rooms with a coordinated style.

Data sheet

Width: 200cm

Depth: 100cm

Height: 75cm

Width: 240cm

Depth: 120cm

Height: 75cm

Width: 250cm

Depth: 100-108cm

Height: 75cm

Width: 300cm

Depth: 100-108cm

Height: 75cm

Width: 200cm

Depth: 100cm

Height: 75cm

Width: 250cm

Depth: 110cm

Height: 75cm

Width: 300cm

Depth: 120cm

Height: 75cm

  • Walnut Canaletto

  • Natural polished oak

  • Anthracite grey polished oak

  • American walnut

  • Iridium white

  • Graphite grey

  • Ardesia grey

  • Calacatta

  • Gold Onice

  • Laurent

  • Calacatta macchia vecchia

  • Extra-light acid-treated white

  • Acid-treated anthracite grey

  • Acid-treated black

  • Mat white

  • Mat dove grey

  • Mat saffron yellow

  • Mat red

  • Mat bordeaux

  • Mat bronze

  • Mat blue

  • Mat green

  • Mat anthracite grey

  • Mat lead

  • Mat black

  • Pickled

  • Copper

  • Brass

  • Polished steel

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 collection.

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Designer

Gino Carollo

The collaboration between Gino Carollo and Bonaldo started at the beginning of 2000. It was founded on a shared outlook towards internationalization and industrial design, toward product design linked to engineering, to the meticulousness of the process that starts from the prototyping stage up to the realization of finished models. Some of the most popular products made for Bonaldo include the Fun bookshelf, the April, May and June shelving units and the AX table.