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Bufalini turns spotlight on new Sesto and Altari collections

Bufelini has unveiled its new Altari and Sesto ranges. Altari represents a functional work of art that celebrates the intrinsic value of food through the use of marble cylinders distinguished by type and size. The project allows complete freedom in composition, with each element designed to support a single fruit, transforming the simple act of displaying food into a ritual of sanctity and reverence.

Particularly significant is the origin of the marble cylinders used: the company utilises scrap pieces derived from coring processes for the creation of sinks, marble vases, and other artifacts. This choice gives each component of Altari a unique character and underscores the need to reconsider the value of everyday objects.

The Sesto collection comprises a dining table and a set of coffee tables defined by a hexagonal shape. Made from 2 cm marble slabs, the project is characterised by a symbiotic relationship between the various production phases and contemplates the complete utilisation of the material being processed with a view to minimising waste.

The coffee tables are made from the leftover elements generated by the production of the dining table legs, thus enabling the production of the complete series without residual waste. Moreover, the possibility to combine different types of marble offers the freedom to create unique and customised projects within each production batch.

Not only does Sesto stand out for the uniqueness of its design, but its hexagonal shape also enables multiple coffee tables to be positioned side by side to create a larger flat rest surface of greater complexity and versatility.

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