Aldo Cibic for Selva: Pont Table is born

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2019 is a very important year for Selva, full of big news, as the partnership with important international designers. In this scenario, the Pont table is born, designed by Aldo Cibic; an iconic piece of furniture expressing a structural and poetical idea of design using solid wood.

“Its profile is like a bridge and actually, from the symbolic point of view, I like it very much”; that’s why the table has this name.


Made of ash wood, it consists of two parts: the plane is large, geometric and slim and the curved legs, smooth and oval enlarging reaching the intersection.

A big table (cm L 270 – D 115 – H 73) with a structural lightness out of the ordinary. A traditional piece of furniture with a well defined, versatile and strongly impressed contemporary personality: the Pont table sets perfectly in the Selva living philosophy, with an incredible mix and match of styles, materials and colours.

With its Ash Dark, Ash Tobacco and Ash White finishings, the Pont table places itself as a must havefor all design dining spaces all over the world.

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