Ultra-modern meets down-to-earth – it’s that unusual combination of conflicts which makes this artistic furniture by Riva1920 so unique. In fact, the collection is inspired by the city of Venice, where sea meets land and architecture. The Vice Versa coffee table by designer Thomas Herzog features rustic wood bases (salvaged from underwater and characteristically holey from the life aquatic) topped by clean-cut, transparent glass tops that scream “sophistication!” Circular or round, these great tables will find a home in unusual spaces. The Serena lamp designed by Erasmo Figini too is a meeting of the opposites, where the lamp’s base – made of the same weathered wood – is accented with stainless steel and Murano glass ornamented with flecks of gold. This unique artistic furniture is made in Italy. For more information visit Riva1920.