Slide Peak Table Lighting White

The artists Aksu and Suardi has designed exclusively for slide PEAK, a particular bar table. Available in H.80 cm, this table is made of a lighting cone of polyethylene, with on its top a glass disk, which is the flat surface. PEAK is perfect to furnish a modern and dynamic, young and active pub, for people who want to relax without losing the occasion to live in a lively and funny atmosphere.
Special Price £352.58 was £414.80
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If you buy today delivery scheduled from 26/11/2018 to 30/11/2018
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Features Slide Polyethylene Table - Indoor use
Brand Slide
Designer Sezgin Aksu - Silvia Suardi
Product Color Blue
Mounting To be assembled
Material Polyethylene
Light bulb Excluded
Light bulb features 1x E27 25W
Protection Degree Ip IP 20
Voltage 110-220 Volt
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Sezgin Aksu - Silvia Suardi

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Slide

Slide

Slide is an Italian company founded in 2002 after the 30-years know-how of Giò Colonna Romano. Core business of the company’s activity is the production, in its factories in Buccinasco in the province of Milan, of objects made of polyethylene derived from rotational molded plastic. Obtained through the technique of rotational molding, thanks to their materiality, Slide products are fully recyclable. Since always Slide has been careful towards people’s needs, for this reason, it responds to the necessities of functionality and aesthetic with its functional, innovative products with the typical “Made in Italy” style. The production of Slide is wide and includes seats, lamps, tables, vases, bookcases and complements with clear and minimal design. This products are perfect for every kind of space: outdoor, indoor, private and public. The exceptional use of light, moreover, can create spaces with a very striking atmosphere. This amazing design is due to the cooperation with important and internationally famous designers, such as Karim Rashid, Marcel Wanders, Paola Navone, Marc Sadler, Stefano Giovannoni, Alessandro Mendini and many others.

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