Turi Turi by LaCividina

“Turi Turi” is another unique occasional table designed by Antonino Sciortino for LaCividina.

Available in four versions, which differ from each other in diameter and height.

Turi Turi is made with 64 steel rods, bent and joined by two rings, and then be completed by a floor always in steel.

Available in seven colours of painted steel – Ivory, Mud, Plum, Chocolate, Black, Green Tea, and Cornflower.


500mm High x 300mm Diameter

400mm High × 350mm Diameter

450mm High × 400mm Diameter

350mm High × 500mm Diameter

Lead time:12+ weeks
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LaCividina was founded in 1976 in Friuli Venezia Giulia, in the northeast of Italy.
Today it is an influencial furniture company which produces iconic seating and table products for the contract and residential markets.

With its firm belief in high-quality craftsmanship, attractive design and flexible projects, for over 40 years LaCividina has encapsulated the very best features associated with the “Made in Italy” label.

It combines the values of manufacturing traditions with the international outlook of the contract and residential markets. Building on this well- established business vision, LaCividina rapidly grew from a prototype development workshop into a brand that can be found in hotels, offices, homes and public places all over the globe.

It now competes in international markets thanks to its constant research into products and materials, its contemporary designs and its flexible solutions.

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About the designer

Antonino Sciortino

Antonino Sciortino calls himself a craftsman/artist with a “minimalist baroque” style. In his workshop in Milan, Sciortino presents a fresh take on the old trade of blacksmithing, which he first learned to love as an eight-year-old child in the spellbinding land of Sicily.
He interweaves the ancient art of working iron with his studies of dance: this perfectly balanced fusion can be found in every one of his creations, which stand out due to his use of special “cooked” iron that allows him to make soft structures reminiscent of dancing shadows.

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