Designed by Tono Morganti for Casa Juker in 1989, the Carlo table was redesigned with the creative input of Renato J. Morganti. Simple lines emphasize the round charcoal-colored ash wood table top on which a marble lazy Susan tray revolves. The sturdy X-shaped base gives the design a sleek, well-proportioned look. Carlo is the perfect balance of modernity and tradition.
The architect Tono Morganti, a member of the Order of Architects of Milan, was born in Milan in 1939, graduated from the faculty of architecture at the Milan Polytechnic in 1965.His professional activity takes place both in Italy and abroad, mainly in Spain and the United States, both in the field of civil and industrial architecture as well as in the interior and in industrial design, designing furniture and products for the home.
From 1968 to 1978 he was a partner with Enrico D. Bona of the eponymous architecture studio and from 1998 to 2010 he was a member of the Europeenne Academy of Sciences and Arts based in Paris.
From 1989 to 2009 he was President of the C.d.A. of the construction company Ing. A. Morganti S.p.A. (founded in 1905 and responsible for important civil and industrial works throughout Italy) with which it participates in numerous competitions and tenders; many of the works created are published in the main reference journals for architecture (Domus, Casabella, Interni, Ville e Giardini, Cree, Gran Bazar, The Construction Industry, The Italian Cement Industry).
In industrial design he has been a collaborator with Enrico D. Bona of the Skipper company since 1972 with whom he has created, among others, marble, marble and glass table, “Giano”, marble table “Concord”, small armchair “Mizar”, armchairs in “Scanno” wood, as well as objects for the home, office furniture and lamps.
In 2019 the Carlo table was introduced in the De Padova collection, a 1984 project revisited in collaboration with Renato J. Morganti.