Created by one of the most original masters of Italian architecture Piero Bottoni, the Fenice table was specifically commissioned for the dining room of Villa Muggia in Italy. Despite Villa Muggia being bombed during World War II and remaining in ruins, the Fenice table – the real heart of the house – remains intact, a testament to how certain avant-garde works are able to defy the passing of time. With a design that was ahead of its time, Piero Bottoni’s Fenice table has returned to production after 53 years.