|ettore oo07||standard measurements
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|Model 01||600 x 300 x 550||side table||70||–||r$ 30.000,00|
stones: Via Appia, Raffaello, and Emerald Green
Internal structure: Galvanized carbon steel
Italian designer Ettore Sottsass incorporated geometric blocks of marble into several of his creations. Alongside paying homage to his work, the name “Ettore” derives from the Greek name “Hector,” signifying “the one who sustains something.” The side table, designed by Arthur Casas for his personal beach house, features a striking floating monolith design made possible by a sturdy internal metallic structure that supports the weight of the 70 kg marble. This design not only showcases the beauty of Brazilian extracted stones but also reflects Casas’ own appreciation for them.
Via Appia: It is a conglomerate of sedimentary quartzite originating from Goiás, with a predominantly amber tone. The rounded shape of its pebbles is due to water erosion millions of years ago. This stone is exclusive to Arthur Casas’ furniture.
Raffaello: It is a dolomitic marble with good resistance, formed by the recrystallization of several large pebbles from the same rock, in predominantly white and gray tones. It is also extracted in the northern region of Goiás, near Chapada dos Guimarães.
Emerald Green: A conglomerate of quartzite with interstices of quartz, featuring intense green color due to the presence of the mineral fuchsite schist. The stone extracted in Bahia is also found in South Africa.