Sit back and enjoy good food!
Chairs and bar stools from KFF adorn a number of fine dining establishments, including the Bankery in Gütersloh, the hotel “Am Meer” in Binz and the restaurant Hofbibliothek in Donaueschingen.
For VEGAS the materials used are everything: Here you come across massive timber slats resting on a cold metal structure glued to the table plate. VEGAS comes in two variations. In the four-legged version the steel legs have been meticulously designed to meld with the table plate, which becomes apparent from a side profile. There is also a version designed with a supporting runner, but here the legs do not connect at the corners, but rather nearer the centre of the plate - perfect for units that come with bench combinations. The powerful, yet irregular and uneven way nature is interpreted in this design, takes the material contrast to new heights - with the knots in the wood increasing the authenticity even more.
Dinner table in an expressive, dynamic wood grain with extension facility. Tubular steel legs in two versions. VEGAS is available in a four-leg frame [in two leg varieties: 6.0 x 6.0 cm or 4.0 x 4.0 cm] or with skid frame, available in fixed, as well as in customised sizes. Add on extension leaves [optional].
Various solid wood types available in their natural form. Surface: Shellac primer, finish with an oil / wax combination.
Extension leaves made of MDF anthracite. In the four-legged version, the extension leaves can be stored in the table frame [from version 220 | 90 und 240 | 100, two extension leaves can be stored under the table]. In the skid frame version the extension leaves must be stored externally. Both sides of the extension leaf fixture can be retrofitted. Varnished surface.
|Width||1400 mm / 1600 mm / 1800 mm / 2000 mm / 2200 mm / 2400 mm|
|Depth||900 mm / 1000 mm|
|Table finish||four-legged table|
|Table top shape||rectangular|
|Colors||shades of brown|
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