Designed by Studio Lido

Suitable for an elegant ambient, or for a touch of joyful in the room, Bigoli tea teables revisit the ancient ceramic "technique of spaghetti" in Bassano del Grappa.
Until now used strictly in classical decoration, Portego introduces this process, still completely handmade, in contemporary furnishing.

The gloss and the lightness of the top are placed in juxtaposition with a solid structure made of solid maple wood, wather color finisched with traditional hues related.

Versions available in large or small size, as tea or side table.


Small (LxWxH) – 56x48x50 
(LxWxH) – 73x66x40 

/Bì-go-li/ means ‘spaghetti’ in Venetian dialect. 
Normally used for the production of hand-woven baskets and decorated with fruit and flowers .
Very few are the companies that still use this technique.