Contemporary table STAMMTISCH
lacquered woodoaksolid wood

contemporary table
contemporary table
contemporary table
contemporary table
contemporary table
contemporary table
contemporary table
contemporary table
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Characteristics

Style
contemporary
Material
lacquered wood, oak, solid wood, ash, natural oak, white oak, oiled wood, American walnut, chestnut, wenge, stained wood, lacquered steel, sheet steel, waxed wood, painted wood, powder-coated steel
Base material
lacquered metal steel base, steel base, sheet metal base
Shape
rectangular, round, square, oval
Options
custom, FSC-certified
Market
for library, commercial, for restaurants, for public buildings, contract, for hotel, for office, for healthcare facilities, for special events, retail
Designer
by Alfredo Häberli
Height

75 cm (29.5 in)

Length

Max.: 200 cm (79 in)

Min.: 120 cm (47 in)

Width

Max.: 200 cm (78.7 in)

Min.: 120 cm (47.2 in)

Description

Stammtisch round, design by Alfredo Häberli The STAMMTISCH is a ‘social’ table, inspired by the table for the regular visitor in a cafe. Alfredo Häberli translated this idea for the home and project market. Round table Ø 120, 140, 160, 180 cm Round table Ø 120, 140, 160, 180 cm on 3 legs. If Ø > 180 cm, than ≥ 4 legs. H 75 cm. Other dimensions on request. Oval + Rectangular table L 210, 240, 270, 300 cm. W 100 cm (rectangular) or 118 cm (oval). H 75 cm. Other dimensions on request; max length 400 cm. Wood Solid American Ash Wood, French Oak or American Walnut. Oil finish. Other wood or finishes on request. Metal frame, colours Standard satin Traffic White (RAL 9016) powder coating. On request lacquered in any regular RAL or NCS colour. Base only If you want to use your own table top, we can deliver just the base of the Oval / Rectangular model or a set of legs of the Round model.

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