With the 5-star hotel “The Fontenay,” architects Störmer Murphy and Partners, in collaboration with Lindner, have created an homage to the port city of Hamburg.
Following on the success of the SEAX folding chair, designer Jean-Marie Massaud has created the jaw-dropping SEAX dining table, featuring what must be one of the most impressive tabletops ever developed. Characterized by the same elegance, sophistication and modernity that distinguish the SeaX chair, the new tabletop consists of a single, continuous (there are no joints), self-supporting (there is no frame) slab of porcelain, in lengths of up to 280cm. Cut by waterjet from the world's largest porcelain tiles in this thickness (12mm), extruded and compacted especially for DEDON, the slab has the lightweight look of a streamlined airplane wing. Measuring in at the same weight as glass, yet structurally far stronger, porcelain is an innovative, natural material with all the richness and durability of stone but none of the shortcomings. The tabletops, their sides attractively exposed, are glazed at a temperature of 1,300°C. Totally non-absorbent, incredibly resistant to scuffing and able to be left outdoors all year long, the tabletops sit atop an aluminum frame of trestle-style construction. Available in two colors, White and Ebony, the SeaX dining table comes in four sizes, including a circular version 140cm in diameter.
|Table finish||four-legged table|
|Table top shape||rectangular|
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