Gino Carollo was born in Vicenza in 1965. In 1990 he began his work in the industrial design sector, collaborating also as an art director with prestigious Italian and International companies in the area of furniture.
Commissioned by Assarredo, he planned the exhibition andimagery for the Italian Pavilion at the International Furniture Fair in Cologne in 1992 and 1993, as well as the Italian Pavilion at the Interieur Fair in Vienna in 1992.
He took part to the Dirattan Exposition in Milan in 1993 and also the exposition "Progetti e Territori" at the Fair "Abitare il Tempo" in Verona in 1994. In the same years he won the Du Pont Prize in Cologne, the Young Design Prize in Milan and the Casaidea Prize in Rome. Some of his products have been exhibited at the MoMA in New York. In 2012 he received the Interior Innovation Award in Cologne for the product "Bookless" of Interlübke.
In 1999 he opened Studio28 GinoCarollo, trying to create a qualified team to support the companies of the branch. The design of products, connected to the engineering and the realization of models and prototypes, turned out to be useful tools, which let the studio have important results and establish long-term collaborations. The industrial design activity of Studio 28 have been developed and expanded in the last years, with the introduction of other sectors, in particular covering the field of architectural planning of exposition spaces, showrooms and corporate identity.
Ardesia Grey Matte Ceramic Top and Base Insert Accents (2)
Anthracite Grey Metal Base
Seats 8 to 10
Other tops and finishes available by Special Order through our Stores
Design by Gino Carollo
Made in Italy
Thanks to modern engineering, ceramic tabletops give you the best of both worlds, offering the beauty of a marble top, with less care and maintenance.
Easy Care and Cleaning
Use a wet sponge and mild detergent
Do not use abrasive cleaning products
Periodically, use a pH neutral cleaning product such as limestone gel
Inspired by the clear and rational design of geometric shape, the Art Dining Table features a metal trapezium diagonally under the table top, allowing minimum obstruction and optimizing space. To ensure stability, the trapezium is supplemented with two legs finish detailed to match the cool grey ceramic top.