Teso Table is a design product created by Renzo Piano in 1989, part of the three-piece collection called Teso. The main material used in the collection is float glass, obtained thanks to the high compression coefficient of the material itself, a manufacturing process from which the name of the collection itself derives. The end result will be the unique vision of a 72 cm high and 220 cm long monoblock made up of a glass plate which is the base of the table and four glass legs characterized by a groove for the insertion of painted metal tie rods. Renzo Piano collaborates with FontanaArte and makes their main production material, glass, precious. Teso Tavolo becomes part of the historic pieces designed by the Italian architect and will make any environment unique, refined and elegant.