The Ennea dining table (Ennea stands for the Greek number 9) rests on a base composed of three identical ‘oblong’ triangles made from solid wood. Three triangles, three sides: these nine segments form nine vectors, nine directions within the space which form an arrangement which is at once simple and sophisticated. The construction recalls the pyramidal structure of a crystal, both light and robust. Here, it is all about balance and tension, more than a static design. The assembly method is simple but gives an impression of sophistication. Legs in natural or black-stained solid oak. Top Ø 130 cm in a choice of 1) white Carrara marble or 2) marble-e?ect or metallic anthracite ceramic stoneware glued onto glass. Top is fixed to base via an MDF plate. This table accommodates 6 diners. The top in white Carrara marble, thickness 20 mm, is protected with a coat of polyester varnish.