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Toro Collection

Schiavello’s new table and seating line.



BY

June 22nd, 2009


Schiavello’s new collection, Toro, is a feisty line of furniture aptly named after the Spanish word for bull. The various table and seating pieces have a clean, strong profile that works well with the American Oak to create great additions to home and work environments.

The Toro collection includes chairs, a stool that doubles as a small table and a large table in round or rectilinear. The pieces are finished in clear matt varnish or black, white or red paint.
 
The designer behind the collection is Schiavello’s Ivan Woods, who also designed the Kayt collection, Tangier and Geneva.

Schiavello, established in 1966, have gained international recognition for their design, engineering and manufacture of furniture such as workstations, seating, storage, partitions and occasional furniture, such as the Toro collection.

The natural timber warmth of Toro is available now and can be found on the Schiavello website.

schiavello.com/toro

1300 366 236

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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