Contemporary chess table 117
outdoorfor public spacesconcrete

contemporary chess table
contemporary chess table
contemporary chess table
contemporary chess table
contemporary chess table
contemporary chess table
contemporary chess table
contemporary chess table
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Characteristics

Style
contemporary
Specifications
outdoor
Market
for public spaces
Material
concrete

Description

Outdoor play table from Encho Enchev – ETE characteristic product range, subordinated to the philosophy "Choose a green lifestyle, play in nature!". The table is made out entirely of high-performance concrete with natural aggregate. The concrete is reinforced and fiber strengthened. The aggregate structure consists of natural marble or granite stones. They are of a certain size and can be combined in different colors. The concrete legs have a distinctive embossed surface and the table top and seating areas are polished. Chess, Checkers, Nine men's morris, Backgammon or Ludo fields are made on the table top. Different combinations of games are possible. The colors of the playing fields are determined by the color of the aggregate structure. The concrete elements are further treated with a protective coating, which makes the product even more resistant to aggressive weather conditions and reduces the deposition of dirt on the surfaces. The metal plates used to secure the table top and the seats to the feet are covered with ester-epoxy zinc primer and are powder coated. All other connecting elements are made of stainless steel. Convenient and functional model suitable for any home or garden. A product that is timeless. Elegant exterior solution for furnishing camping areas, chalets, resorts, holiday resorts and beaches. A practical addition to different urban areas - parks, alleys, schools, playgrounds and other public spaces.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.