Niobe Coffee Table

Designed by:  Federica Capitani
Manufactured by:  Zanotta

Designed by Federica Capitani, the Niobe coffee table juxtaposes the solidity of a marble top within a slim profile rectilinear frame.  The beautifully asymmetrical piece of stone is flat on its top side and slightly curved on its underside – the designer’s inspiration was the way a pebble is split in half.  The combination of Niobe’s elements creates an engaging aesthetic that becomes an ideal foil in front of a sofa.  Its steel frame is available in painted finishes of black or white. Marble tops are available in white Carrara, black Marquinia, or brown Emperador – each with stain-resistant protective varnish in clear matte polyester. Manufactured by Zanotta.

Designed in 2016.

43.3” W, 39.8” D, 14.6” H


$ 3,503 - $ 3,568
Designed by:  Federica Capitani
Manufactured by:  Zanotta

Designed by Federica Capitani, the Niobe coffee table juxtaposes the solidity of a marble top within a slim profile rectilinear frame.  The beautifully asymmetrical piece of stone is flat on its top side and slightly curved on its underside – the designer’s inspiration was the way a pebble is split in half.  The combination of Niobe’s elements creates an engaging aesthetic that becomes an ideal foil in front of a sofa.  Its steel frame is available in painted finishes of black or white. Marble tops are available in white Carrara, black Marquinia, or brown Emperador – each with stain-resistant protective varnish in clear matte polyester. Manufactured by Zanotta.

Designed in 2016.

43.3” W, 39.8” D, 14.6” H


$ 3,503 - $ 3,568
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Designed by:  Federica Capitani
Manufactured by:  Zanotta

Designed by Federica Capitani, the Niobe coffee table juxtaposes the solidity of a marble top within a slim profile rectilinear frame.  The beautifully asymmetrical piece of stone is flat on its top side and slightly curved on its underside – the designer’s inspiration was the way a pebble is split in half.  The combination of Niobe’s elements creates an engaging aesthetic that becomes an ideal foil in front of a sofa.  Its steel frame is available in painted finishes of black or white. Marble tops are available in white Carrara, black Marquinia, or brown Emperador – each with stain-resistant protective varnish in clear matte polyester. Manufactured by Zanotta.

Designed in 2016.

43.3” W, 39.8” D, 14.6” H


$ 3,503 - $ 3,568

Zanotta

“Many people might deem it an exaggeration to present the products of just one manufacturer as a ‘micromodel’ of Italian furniture design in its entirety. However, if it makes no sense to claim that Zanotta’s production alone represents all the key moments of the Italian design history of the last sixty years, we must admit that this history could not be written without referring to its contribution.” - Emilio Ambasz, 1988

From its inception in 1954, Zanotta has been known for the quality, function, and comfort of its furniture designs – all underscored with a remarkable commitment to research and experimentation with materials and technology to enable new aesthetics. Zanotta’s catalogue of iconic modern and contemporary designs chronicles the evolution of Italian furniture design within the 20th and 21st centuries.

Federica Capitani

Federica Capitani studied industrial design at the University of Genova's Faculty of Architecture before beginning to work with Patricia Urquiola in Milan in 2002. She joined Marcel Wanders in Amsterdam in 2005 and later worked on cultural and design projects in Japan for a period. Capitani is known for a wide variety of products, from lighting and furniture, to utilitarian objects, such as tea pots. The designer established her namesake Federica Capitani Design Studio after moving to London in 2009. Her clients have since include Iittala, Kenneth Cobonpue, Moroso, M&C Saatchi, Peroni Nastro Azzurro, Rosenthal Studio Line, and Zanotta. Today, Capitani teaches at the Royal College of Art in London.