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Modern Tables

Renovated porcelain stoneware

Not only porcelain stoneware floors, but also a material used to make table tops.

Now, in addition to the rough stone effect in the Corda and Graffite finish or glossy and honed stone effect in the Cement finish, the Modern Collection sees the insertion of elegant porcelain stoneware finishes with marble effect and tones ranging from the warm wrap of Emperador marble of Bamboo until the cold of Carrara and Arabescato marble.



The insertion of porcelain stoneware tiles larger than the previous collection has also led to an increase in the thickness of the top so as to further increase the resistance to impact, cracks and heat of a material that has already proven to be extraordinarily strong.



New laminates

Laminates of the latest trend increasingly difficult to distinguish from real solid wood, as they are made with a production process that is technically called “poro log processing” and allows to imprint on the panel exactly the depth and direction of the wood vein.

They are joined by the already known Rustico: Castoro, Deserto and the brand new Bianco Rustico finishes.



New metal finishes

New stoneware also means two new metal finishes: Brushed, which is well combined with Arabescato marble floor tiles, and Brown, perfect in combination with Emperador marble floor tiles.



Innovative materials for an irresistible design


Aluminum

Aluminum

Maximum durability and lower bending for extensible tables thanks to aluminum, which features a greater stiffness than other materials. This quality becomes important especially when the table is set at its maximum extent.

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Polyurethane

Polyurethane

Your furniture with the shapes you want, even those that you thought were impossible to recreate in wood and metal. Structural rigid polyurethane foam is processed to a molded structure over a metal core, allowing to realize many different shapes, with the intent of transforming mere tables and other pieces of furniture into extremely particular design elements.

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