The striking Luxor Table was designed by Rodolfo Dordoni for Fiam, the Italian brand that has specialised in creating curved glass masterpieces - and the Luxor is one of them.
The glass table top is supported by a number of wide, circular bases that are distributed randomly along the table's surface. The bases have a perfectly circular form, however a thick stripe of the base is left open, creating a silhouette that is C-shaped, open and light rather than solid and heavy looking. Two, three of four bases hold the table top, and these bases are arranged differently depending on the size and shape of the top. The larger, rectangular table sees two of the bases interlocking at one end, with a single base at the other, whilst the smaller, square table has the three bases more evenly placed towards the centre of the surface.
The cylindrical legs are made in 10 mm-thick curved glass, and have a diameter of 40 cm, the table top is composed of two layers of 8 mm-thick glass, finished with a brilliant polished rim. The larger of the two Luxor Tables measures between 170 - 240 cm x 80 - 120 cm, and the smaller, square Luxor measures 150 cm x 150 cm. The table top is available in Extralight glass (1 layer of 15 mm-thick) or with a bronzed or smoked finished. The bases are available in transparent glass, smoked, bronze, Black 95, Extralight, Extralight back-painted or Extralight back-silvered and white stained. The Luxor is also available with tops of customized size, as well as custom round and oval table tops.