Matteo Nunziati took his inspiration from baroque art for this set of small round tables.
The overlapping convex top resemble drapery stirred by the wind. It is as if they are hanging in the air. A typical effect of painters and architects from seventeenth-century. Rome and its iconic Trevi fountain gave the tables their name. Pewter-colored metal frame and eucalyptus and black oak tops are the finishes available.