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dining table - graphite d'iran

W. 240 x H. 75 x D. 120 cm

Designed by Fabrice Berrux

This dining table features a sculptural design that evokes the idea of strength and fluidity. The metal base features two identical wavy pieces; the spacing between them varies depending on the length of the tabletop, which is in natural marble. Each table has unique color variations. ...


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Estimated delivery time: 10 to 12 weeks null

Dining table with base composed of 96 black chrome-plated steel tubes, arranged in a semi-circle on a satin-finished steel base. Top in marble (5 options available).

Manufactured in Europe

The marble tops are protected by a polyester varnish with a glossy finish. This finish was tested by the Catas (Italian control agency) with the norms UNI-EN 12720:2013.
It confirms compliance with this standard and the perfect protection against stains like coffee, sparkling drinks etc...


Other versions available in the showroom:

Dining table - W. 220 x H. 75 x D. 120 cm
Dining table - W. 260 x H. 75 x D. 120 cm

eco conceived

This product was identified as eco-designed by our qualitative assessment tool developed in collaboration with the CBAF. it has been positively evaluated according to 8 criteria corresponding to each stage of its life cycle Technological institute.

Designed by

Fabrice Berrux

Berrux, a graduate of the Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts in Dijon, founded Societe 18 Août, a design studio that creates quirky and unusual objects, in the late 1980s. His designs for Roche Bobois include the FLOWER, an homage to Andy Warhol and HOT-COLD table mats inspired by Land Art. In 1991, Berrux helped to establish lighting design company Dix Heures Dix which has provided products for art gallery shops all over the world and has exhibited at the musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Fabrice Berrux has developed some of Roche Bobois's most distinctive lighting ranges, including those made using innovative materials and techniques such as pleated fabric, altuglass resin and bulbs that can completely alter the ambiance of a space.

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