The “Split” marble table by Francesco Meda is made up of two slabs of different marbles. The furniture piece features two divided sections joined together by a polished brass profile. The connected parts use a river jade and marble. the lower part of the 18 mm thick stone is coated in resin to ensure a more prominent appearance of the marbles veins. The surface reveals the intricate layers contained within the material, revealing the process of metamorphism caused by the recrystallization of original carbonate mineral grains. Presented at Rossana Orlandi Gallery during Milan Design Week 2016, the Split table was accompanied by a series of coffee tables. The 50 cmx50 cm modules were intentionally created to form a number of compositions. The tops are made of onyx violet and onyx tiger paired together by a brass profile. The aesthetic of the legs are deliberately lightweight and rational to enhance the slab of marble which is the dominant material in the design. The metal legs are made by laser -cutting an 8 mm thick sheet which is joined by spacers to ensure a structural nature for the table. The aesthetic of the legs is deliberately lightweight and rational to enhance the slab of marble which is the dominant material in the design. The feature of this prized marble is its red and green color and its tones of grey, up to black. Rossana Orlandi Gallery was opened in 2002 in a former tie factory. Since then, the gallery has been forecasting new and upcoming designers and establishing the premise as one of the most revered platform for avantgarde design and lifestyle.