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    Mathilda, table by Patricia Urquiola. An everyday object, an easily recognized shape from our collective memory, that is why it feels familiar, there is something of a resemblance. Mathilda is a modern design in the architectural sense, in the proportions between the whole and the detail.

    Top available in Veneered MDF as per finishes shown in the technical sheet, base in solid oak. Gliders in polypropylene with interchangeable felt / polyamide pads.

    Width: 90cm   Length:270cm

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    Mathilda, table by Patricia Urquiola. An everyday object, an easily recognized shape from our collective memory, that is why it feels familiar, there is something of a resemblance. Mathilda is a modern design in the architectural sense, in the proportions between the whole and the detail.

    Top available in Veneered MDF as per finishes shown in the technical sheet, base in solid oak. Gliders in polypropylene with interchangeable felt / polyamide pads.

    Diameter: 126cm

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    No Waste, table by Ron Arad. Designing the gap in his absence, excluding the surplus from design practice. No Waste is designed so as to get all parts of a single metal sheet. In the drawing, each part, each centimeter of surface area is a quantity needed.

    Designed so as to obtain all parts from a single sheet of honeycomb aluminum without any production waste.

    Width: 125cm  Length: 225cm   Height: 72cm

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    The Pylon table owes its name to an electricity pylon, which provided the inspiration for the structure of this design’s legs. It draws energy from the contrast between the intentionally artificial-looking marble-effect top and the powder-coated black metal base, with its clean but aggressive lines.

    Width: 100cm   Length: 210cm