More comes from nature. Read in Italian, the name refers to the bramble fruits with which the table shares the "architecture". The shape of both is in fact originated by the repetition of several identical elements. By juxtaposing each other with marble "petals" they create a single top characterized by a unique and distinctive aesthetic mark. Likewise, this "parametric" design allows the bramble plant to produce fruits of different sizes by changing quantity and size of the drupes, the small spheres that compose it. And so, in English, More indicates the plurality of compositional elements but also the opportunity of the table to reach dimensions above the norm. Like the receptacle that supports the fruit, More's leg supports the top, making space between the "petals" and emerging to the surface.