The new Ryoba table by Piero Lissoni pays homage to the naturalness of materials and the beauty of imperfection, with a drawn brass tube frame and top in European cherry wood. The very thick triangular legs create an easel on which the substantial top rests: three solid wood boards, each slightly different from the other, simply assembled without glue with a subtle tapering. The Franciscan proportions of the table, which is narrow and long to respect the natural size of the trunks, invite to a new intimate conviviality, while the exposed cracks and tiled knots underscore the poetry of this beautiful traditional wood which takes on a new life and becomes contemporary.