Maurizio Fardo has designed various solid aluminium tables. The round three legged table Iny is my favourite, the square table is called Karé and had rounded corners on the version that I saw, and square corners on the web-site. There are also oval and rectangular versions. The legs of all the models have a rectangular sectioned and a round sectioned versions. These designs seem quite flexible.
Aluminium gives much more sparkle than steel and walking around the table-top the brushed lines give a hypnotizing shimmer. The finishes have names like satinado and agua. Even the edges with their dotted effect have a particular sparkle, as if they were the cut off ends of shinny strings which make up the table-top.
The mining of bauxite from which aluminium is extracted is polluting so consideration needs to be taken when it’s used. A permanent object is a far more appropriate usage for the light weight qualities aluminium than throw away packaging. I would prefer one of these tables as a heirloom piece than a life time of soda cans and kitchen foil.