Revival vs. Innovation
by Fabian Peters | 4/25/2019
The grand review: These are the trends and highlights of this year's Milan furniture fair.
A strong grasp of form and composition has given life to a collection of tables characterised by great flexibility in terms of shape, size and range of uses. The project derives from the idea of creating a broad and differentiated range of designs. The legs in die-cast aluminium are fixed both to a central base and to the table top forming a solid structure. The number of legs may vary as a function of the dimensions of the top, available in different shapes and finishes.
The biplane collection has many variants, just perfect for any environment. The square table, the round ones with tops in different diameters, the rectangular one and the little tables are available with tops in oak veneer or in MDF with white polyurethane lacquer.
The elegant elliptical versions complete the biplane collection: the
210x125 cm table which is perfect for dining room, the one with 330x130
cm top is ideals for office premises and meeting rooms and the little
table with oval top 150x55 cm, height 39 cm is ideal for dining rooms.
All the tops of these versions are available only in MDF with enameled
polyurethane white finish, which is scratch resistance.
|Table finish||four-legged table|
|Table top shape||square with rounded corners|
|Working height||112 mm|
|Material||medium density fibreboard (MDF)|
shades of grey
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