The purity of the glass and the emotion of Venetian wooden poles in an original fusion.
San Marco Continuo is the wonderful dining table by BRICALE™, the new luxury brand, 100% made in Italy, a Viadurini exclusive. BRICALE™ combines elegance, innovation and sustainability with the beauty of a unique natural material: Briccola wood, salvaged from the historical wooden poles called briccole, which characterize the Venetian lagoon since time immemorial.
Two parallel layers of wood run underneath the transparent glass top, as clear as water. The wooden layers are fixed to the the glass without being embedded.
The elegant and sophisticated design which charaterizes San Marco Continuo can adorn any kind of interior, from the most classical to the most modern.
Design: KERA ecodesign™ by the architect Laura Cera
- L 160 cm, H 72 cm, D 100 cm
- L 200 cm, H 72 cm, D 100 cm
- L 260 cm, H 72 cm, D 100 cm
- L 320 cm, H 72 cm, D 120 cm
Please note that any item from the Viadurini Collection by Bricale™ can be custom-made upon request. Request a quote at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Extra-clear glass - 15 mm thickness
Venetian Briccola wood (oak) - 1 mm thickness
Made in Italy. Rectangular dining table.
The top is fixed to two L-shaped glass supports
12 transparent anti-scratch feet (supplied)
VENETIAN BRICCOLA WOOD
Precious oak poles immersed in sea waters for a long time. They are perforated by shipworms, small mollusks that sculpt the wood creating unrepeatable embroideries. After about ten years, the removal and replacement of these poles is ordered by the responsible of the lagoon’s protection, the Magistrate of Venice Waters.
BRICALE™ recovers and enhances the disused lagoon wooden poles, assuring them a new life. And their life is really new. BRICALE™ certifies their origin.
Viadurini Collection by BRICALE™
The exclusive furnishing and lighting collection designed by the Architect Laura Cera in collaboration with KERA ecodesign™.
A thin layer of briccola wood follows the glass shape, starting a new life.
The new collection Viadurini Collection by BRICALE™ introduces an extraordinary innovation to the interior design world, wich results into the fusion of glass and briccola wood. The external structure is transparent, essential and functional, and aims at protecting the irregularity of the wood. A precious scroll that tells us the history of Venice, which is not only to admire and to possess, but also to live.
Aesthetic lightness, structural sturdiness and technical innovation do characterise these high-quality objects, which are the outcome of a long and experienced processing.
The dining table San Marco Continuo is characterized by a unique design. The extra clear glass is decorated with two thin layers of Briccola wood extracted from the same pole, in parallel strands and cut diagonally. The table top is fixed to two asymmetrical L-shaped supports made of glass, which follow the Briccole's cuts. On the longest side of the supports a vertical layer of Briccola is applied.
The wood is subject to a slow and careful cleaning and drying process, before being cut and sanded. A thin layer of ecological transparent varnish helps preserving its natural beauty. Each single piece is carefully selected under the supervision of the designer. Thanks to an innovative and tried-and-tested high temperature gluing techniques, the wooden sheet perfectly adheres to the of glass. The glass is cleaned and refined by hand. Eventually, every part is welded together.
Each creation by Viadurini Collection by BRICALE™ is made with authentic Venetian Briccola wood, which shows unique marks and unlimited shape variations.
Our customers' aesthetic and functional requests are our priorities.
Upon request, custom-made projects and furnishing solutions can be made.
Luxury design is sustainable. 100% made in Italy, unique and out of time. BRICALE™ combines the beauty of this material with a fascinating design and with love for hand finishing. So BRICALE™ signs high value furniture, 100% made in Italy.
BRICALE™ has presented the new CONTINUO collection in the charming Venice, where the wood comes from, during Venice Design Week 2015.
The exhibition was located in Hotel Saturnia & International, one of the historical palaces in the heart of the city, just few metres from the famous St. Mark’s Square. Venice.