There is further collaboration with Emilio Nanni, who previously designed Haik and Asolo for Pianca. His architectural training and experience, combined with his versatile expression of his creativity as designer and artist, lead him to create iconic, highly eloquent designs, like the Maestro table. Perfectly balanced between the geometric concept and structural stability, Maestro affirms itself as the synthesis of those forces and achieves its style from this comparison and encounter. The segment becomes the main design feature, while, overall, it traces out a design that recalls the cross beams of architectural trusses. The structure is available in solid wood and painted metal, while the table top options are smoked glass, wood and natural cement.