occasional table with top in transversal cut oak veneer and black lacquered steel base. given the irregular shape of the top it is possible that the table may differ slightly from the maximum dimensions quoted above.
top in 20mm thick light grey-veined white carrara marble with bevelled edge. the marble is protected against certain types of stain by a water-repellent treatment. despite the effectiveness of this treatment, this table must be used in accordance with the recommendations laid out in the accompanying notice. central pedestal in epoxy white lacquered steel.
for this ''eco-design'' table, form and material are inseparable, the ultimate aim being to highlight the warmth and nobility of the material. it could fit perfectly into a project entitled, ''une forme, 3 essences, 8 finitions'' (''one shape, 3 species, 8 finishes'')! low table with assembled solid wood structure and top in 12mm thick toughened ''cristal'' glass with tapered edges.
low table with 3 stems made from black (RAL 9005) lacquered tubular steel set between the base and the white carrara marble top (polished, with stain-resistant treatment). low table with 3 stems made from bordeaux (RAL 3004) lacquered tubular steel set between the base and the black marquina marble top (polished, with stain-resistant treatment).
continuously height-adjustable table. base in epoxy satin white lacquered steel slides effortlessly thanks to the two integral black plastic castors on each side. folding top in satin white lacquered MDF, thickness 2.5 cm.
low table comprising a satin black lacquered solid beech base and a top in brilliant-polished marble with anti-stain treatment and rounded edges. the above-indicated diameter corresponds to the overall dimensions of the table. the top alone has a diameter of 80cm and is 2cm thick.
structure in matt varnished metallic brass-effect or epoxy black lacquered steel. upper top in 8mm thick smoke grey toughened glass. lower top in 6mm thick white marble-effect or gloss black marble-effect full body ceramic stoneware, glued onto a support panel.
a model patented by pierre paulin on 26th february 1959 under the number 90523 (although it seems to have been marketed earlier than this), its purity makes it a timeless low table which is today highly sought after by admirers. it was one of the most attractive designs he was to produce for thonet france, with whom he worked between 1952 and 1959.
the 8mm thick upper sheet of toughened glass is ridged with fine stripes ; the 6mm thick lower glass is acid-frosted on its upper face (silky feel). the base is in black-stained solid ash, assembled at differing angles to achieve a purposeful, elegant shape. the juxtaposition of the two elements forms a unique pattern, the effect of which is further reinforced when viewed from above, amplifying the asymmetry.
it is the base, airy and seemingly sculpted, made from lacquered steel to match the top, which is the source of all falda's originality. low table with base in black lacquered steel and top in satin-finish black-stained solid ash.
two-deck low table. structure and bevelled base in black-stained solid ash. lower top in bronze lacquered sheet steel with round perforations and a solid border. upper top in verde or corsé-coloured marble, brilliant-polished and with stain-resistant treatment, and with honed edges.
a low table with a boat frame outline, ideal for displaying a key object or slipping in some books. low table comprising 4 surfaces in solid walnut linked to each other by brilliant-chromed steel connectors.