Loggia

LOGGIA

Designed by Matteo Leorato

An essential element with a strong stylistic impact that evokes classic and basic lines of Greco-Roman architecture, which have influenced the history of the applied arts in the following years.

The first of the serie of small tables and support elements made in "terrazzo".

A material, traditionally used in the Renaissance for the paving of the noble palaces, here is reinterpreted in the third dimension.
Made of marble and resin grit, Loggia is now available in different color finishing and it will be soon available in different shades and sizes.

 

Material: terrazzo (marble, resin)
(LxH) – Ø38x45cm


/Log-gia/ is an architectural feature which is a covered exterior gallery or corridor usually on an upper level, or sometimes ground level. The outer wall is open to the elements, usually supported by a series of columns or arches. Loggias can be located either on the front or side of a building and are not meant for entrance but as an out-of-door sitting room.