The Sesto table by Piero Lissoni for Lema looks to architecture to restore its rigor but also its flexibility in use, being designed for different functions and settings: in the living area, as a dining table or a work surface for the home or office. The purity of its lines is expressed in the simplicity of its construction: a beam serves as the main element supporting the crossed legs and distributing the weight on the top. In Italian, its name, Sesto, significantly evokes an arch, as the designer points out. The possibilities offered by the table and its adaptability to different settings and functions are expressed through the materials and finishes in which it is available. The top comes in extra-clear glass, porcelain stoneware or wood as well as clay and reconstructed marble finishes exclusive to Lema. The legs can be in natural ash, heat-treated oak or walnut, while the support is in metal. Its versatility lies not only in the purity of its form that makes it suitable for every interior, but also the range of choice among the variants that best suit your own space, transforming it into a unique piece.