First table, round, 79,2 cm, white

Magis

$863.00

Magis
First table
$863.00



Description

The First table by Magis was designed by the Italian architect and industrial designer Stefano Giovannoni in 2007. Made from polypropylene and glass fiber, the frame of the First table is manufactured using an air-molding technique, resulting in a streamlined, curved and three-dimensional design. The tabletop is made from hardwearing high-pressure laminate (HPL). The First table is lightweight and durable and suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, and its minimalist design pairs perfectly with the chairs from the Magis First collection.

Colour
White
Height
28.82 in (73.2 cm)
Diameter
31.18 in (79.2 cm)
Table top material
High-pressure laminate (HPL)
Base material
Polypropylene with added glass fiber
Notes
Suitable for indoor and outdoor use.

Stefano Giovannoni

The Italian architect and designer Stefano Giovannoni (b. 1954) studied at the University of Florence in the 1970's. Together with Guido Venturini he founded the production company King-Kong in the early in 1980's. He has designed for example the Girotondo and Mami product lines for Alessi and the Bombo product family for Magis.

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