Miguel Milá designed this table in the mid-sixties as an altar for his wedding. It later became a table for everyday use, but was never produced.

As if he were a master craftsman, Miguel Milá designed this piece based on the art of simplicity and efficiency. Its shape hides its complexity, but at the same time reveals the wood’s own character, giving it life and prominence.

Its constructive logic makes it strong enough in terms of structure, but formally a beautiful piece.

The beauty of logic and common sense understands neither time nor trend.