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&Tradition introduces Sett by Luca Nichetto

'Sett pays homage to the timeless beauty of gemstones and the skill of setting them'

With &Tradition's Sett, marble, glass and dark chrome are combined in a striking entourage of tables, reflecting Luca Nichetto's eclectic design idiom and affinity for materiality. A convergence of cultural influences, seen in his Italian accent on objects with visual impact and the Scandinavian priority of functionality.

Keen on accentuating the innate beauty of marble and glass, Nichetto turned to another design discipline, fine jewellery, as a viable solution for the frame. Inspiration came from the intricate inlay technique, where recesses are carved into the surface of metal for precisely-cut gems to be securely placed or "set" - referencing the name of the collection.

As someone who grew up on the island of Murano, revered as the glass-making capital of the world, Nichetto was surrounded by art, design, and Italy's rich heritage of glass-making. Drawing on this experience, he is an avid enthusiast when it comes to the captivating qualities of glass. Nichetto's passion for marble stems from its unique natural patterns and diversity of hues, where each piece, even cut from the same marble, has a distinct identity.

'We wanted to display different materials in a cohesive way,' elaborates Nichetto, 'similar to how jewellery combines various elements. Sett pays homage to the timeless beauty of gemstones and the skill of setting them, applied to the craftsmanship of making furniture. By blending these two design fields, we were able to elevate the allure of marble and glass, along with the powerful emotions and sensations they evoke.'

The choice of Verde Guatemala Marble, Bianco Carrara Marble and Smoked Cast Glass allows you to mix for a bespoke statement, or match for a singular colour scheme. The tables can be clustered together in a large lounge setting, placed throughout a hotel lobby, in a contract environment or a private home.

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