'Design for Soul' Dining table
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All our finished products leave our Tuscan premises pre-sealed. Since we do not like to paint the surface of our lovely stones with transparent paints or resins, we apply three coats of the highest possible level of protective sealant. This helps to preserve the product without compromising the wonderful natural look and feel of the stone.
That said, please bear in mind that there is no sealer on the market that can make natural stone 100% stain proof, especially if you leave the staining agent on it for a prolonged period. The sealant acts as a temporary barrier that allows you to have a few hours between the moment a staining substance (for example, wine or coffee) comes into contact with the stone and the moment you wipe it off. The important thing is to act quickly before a substance is absorbed into the stone, as that is when it causes staining.
Please DO NOT use cleaners containing abrasive cleansers, ammonia, bleach, acid or even those “homemade remedies” made from lemon, vinegar and the like.
If you are a particularly assiduous cleaner or you have difficulty removing a mark, you can use specialist stone cleaning products and, if to set your mind at rest you can periodically apply a new coat of sealant.
For cleaning stone, wood and metal, simply use a soft cloth with water or a neutral detergent.
Please avoid using detergents on wood and always dry it carefully after cleaning to prevent streaks or patches forming.
Remember that wood is a natural material and can be delicate and photosensitive. Exposure to light, heat or damp may cause slight discolouration or minor adjustments in size, but this is entirely normal and shouldn’t be considered a defect.
As a rule, all orders destined within Italy should arrive within 1-3 working days, whilst for countries within the EU the estimated delivery time is 2-6 working days and 8-10 for other destinations.
We process all orders received for smaller items weighing less than 70 kg each morning (Monday to Friday) before midday (CET or UTC +1) and usually they will be dispatched the same day. Orders placed after midday (CET) Monday to Friday will be dispatched the following working day. Once your order has been sent, we will send you an email with a tracking link so that you can monitor your delivery.
For bulkier items (tables, storage pieces, special editions, bathtubs and mirrors), delivery times may vary, based on the dimensions of the product and availability in our warehouse. For a more detailed explanation, please click here.
If you would like a personalised estimate, please contact our customer care team. Please note that all our products are supplied with detailed, easy-to-follow instructions which you can also download from our website.
We always hope that our clients will be delighted with our products, but we understand that sometimes it may be necessary to return an item. This must be done within 14 days from the date of delivery, using the same courier or shipping provider that delivered it to you.
All our products are accompanied by a returns form, so simply complete this and follow the instructions to organise your return request.
Where free delivery is included with a purchase, there are also no delivery costs if you decide to return a product. In all other situations, we will deduct the costs of returning a product from the final refund, which will be made via the same payment means used for your original purchase.
Please note that we cannot accept a return if a product has been used or personalised in any way. Every item must be returned in its original packing and adequately packed to ensure it travels safely and reaches us in perfect condition
Once we have authorised a refund, it will be made within 5 working days from the date we receive the product back.
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Piero Lissoni has designed a series of tables for the Food for Soul association, a non-profit organisation founded by chef Massimo Bottura and his wife. Entitled Design for Soul, the tables take inspiration from the values of the association, which campaigns against food wastage and social vulnerability. "We all have to be courageous and open-minded to see the hidden potential of everything. A bruised fruit or vegetable has a lot to say if used in the right way. And this is exactly what Salvatori and Lissoni are doing for the Design for Soul series using discarded precious material to create a unique piece of design that is also sustainable. We all have to be united and change our perspective if we are going to make change happen. Something recovered is something gained." Massimo Bottura Embodying the ethos behind Food for Soul, the series of tables symbolises both the sustainable efforts in redirecting food waste and, in the straightforward modular frame, the collective effort that drives Food for Soul’s diverse and international activities. An organic extension to Lissoni’s Lost Stones project, Design for Soul uses discarded natural stone to bring new life to already quarried material. In many cases, the stone is the same that has been used for historic projects, such as the terracotta-coloured stone on Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, the forest green marble chosen by Mies van der Rohe for the Barcelona Pavilion and Manhattan’s Seagram building, and a black stone used for St Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican. For the Design for Soul tables, the slabs are cut, cleaned and polished, before being placed on the versatile, modular legs. As with the Lost Stones project, the table uses the Japanese art of Kintsugi, normally used to repair broken ceramics, to join fragmented pieces of stone with a gold seam – celebrating, rather than concealing, the stone’s unique history. The round table comes with a Lazy Susan in the centre.
This dining tables have been treated with a neutral sealer which not only helps protects it from staining, but also ensures it is suitable for use with food.
Please be aware however, that natural stone will always retain some level of absorption and therefore products with a high acid, fat or oil content should never be placed on it.
Any liquids should be wiped off as quickly as possible.