Harmoniously assembling wood and metal, Alfredo Häberli designed the Ago table for Alias: furniture with a strong graphic sign that reinterprets the classic themes of Scandinavian design in a contemporary key.
The table is notable for its slender structure with large wooden surfaces that taper to thin blades. Its distinctive quality lies in being made partly of solid wood but with a light and elegant line. It is available with tops of different shapes and sizes. The rectangular ones with rounded corners measure 90 x 200 cm or 90 x 240 cm; the ovals, 90 x 200 cm or 100 x 240 cm. The latter variant can accommodate a very variable number of people, making the table highly flexible. The legs, designed in a form that makes the most of the sitting space, are made of solid wood and attached to a painted steel frame. All the tops are in veneered MDF and have edges reflecting the wood tone of the legs, for a pleasant all-wood effect. The finishes in natural oak, bleached, dark stained, walnut stained, ash gray stained and black stained coexist in harmony with the colors of the frame, presented in white, sand, black or charcoal grey. Depending on the variants, Ago is perfect for decorating the living room but also designed to complete spaces intended for hospitality.