Contemporary boardroom table BLADEwoodenmelamineleather

contemporary boardroom table
contemporary boardroom table
contemporary boardroom table
contemporary boardroom table
contemporary boardroom table
contemporary boardroom table
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Characteristics

Style
contemporary
Material
wooden, melamine, leather
Shape
rectangular

Description

Matteo Nunziati, in his first collaboration with the company i 4 Mariani, proposes with the Blade line, a complete system of furnishings for the office, using geometric simple and essential lines. The important thickness and the volume of the elements that form the tops of tables and cabinets underline the quality and the strong structure of each piece. A distinguishing mark is a band of saddle leather, an identifying material of the company, that, like a blade, divides and interrupts across the surfaces, giving a great excitement. Exactly as in the works of art of Dutch Neoplasticism in the early 1900’s that inspired the collection, there is a searching for proportion and identification that are the recongnizable sign of the trademark. The variety of elements permits us to realize combinations and solutions suitable for every kind of working space, like the sequence of desks that join together to form a unique large space of for work that fits in the current trend of big lofts. Another strong point is the personalization of the different combinations on the basis of client’s needs. In fact, the basic version can be realized with coated melamine panels, securing precise aesthetical and technical features, with an elevated quality and solidness of each single piece, but at reasonable cost. For the deluxe version, it is possible to choose veneer woods and saddle leather in different combinations.

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BLADE
BLADE
39 Pages
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OFFICE
110 Pages
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