During this year's Milan Design Week, CLS will present two new projects where history, Italian style, and contemporaneity intertwine: the former Church of San Paolo Converso - which dates back to 1549 and will now house the architecture firm - and Laghi d'Italia (Lakes of Italy), the table collection designed by Massimiliano Locatelli.
Lakes of Italy by Massimiliano Locatelli is a collection of tables, each named after an Italian lake: Garda, Trasimeno and Specchio di Venere on the island of Pantelleria. The three tables pay tribute with their shape to the Italian territory, from north to south. The tables can be assembled and disassembled, adapting perfectly to both large and small spaces, as well as large and small groups.
The materials and manufacturing processes reflect the best Italian tradition, technology, and craftsmanship. Lago di Garda is available in four versions (Guatemala, Ming Green, Irish Green or Alp Green marble), Lago Trasimeno comes in brushed cast aluminium and Specchio de Venere in Plexiglass (with the glass version becoming available soon).