The Neoclassical architecture was a revival of the Classical architecture that started in the mid 18th century. Although it begins in Italy, it becomes especially active in France, as a reaction of Rococo and Baroque architectural styles. With this in mind, one of the most famous French architects, Jacques Germain Soufflot, designed the Parisian Pantheon located in the Latin Quarter.
Inspired by the desire to take the arts of Rome, Greece and Renaissance classicism to its collection, Malabar designers conceived this timeless console. As the columns served to carry the weight of the pantheon’s structure, the Latin console is supported by one marble foot, featuring curved and cylindrical shapes. The console’s top as the structured is made of Rosso Alicante and Estremoz rosa finished with high gloss. The Latin Console suits every living space with a subtle artistic touch, remembering the Neoclassical Architecture