W. 250 x H. 75 x D. 110 cm
(98.42"w x 29.53"h x 43.31"d)
Designed by Eugeni Quitllet
PULP is the first collaboration between Catalan designer Eugeni Quitllet and Roche Bobois: a collection of tables, chairs and armchairs with a biomorphic aesthetic that eschews straight lines and is complemented by refined finishes.
Inspired by the living world, the collection draws on the dissociation of elements: the designer imagined each piece as a cluster of molecules!
In terms of materials, PULP presents two sides of the same story:
- in glossy lacquer, it conjures up malleable shapes. Creamy white, Jaipur burgundy or elegant black: each color evokes a the idea of luxurious materials.
- in solid FSC® certified* ash wood with a flamed veneer, it showcases the idea of driftwood being smoothed and polished over time.
Each table leg is like a polished trunk of solid ash that extends a branch towards the table top without touching it. The top is also designed like a molecule that has been sliced open horizontally; it is clad in a superb, flamed ash veneer.
In terms of shape, three options are available: curved rectangle, round and an original asymmetrical triangle that also makes a great desk, still all curves. ...
Dining table - wood version
Estimated delivery time: 10 to 12 weeks
Dining table with top in stained ash wood veneer on MDF, bottom and frame in matte lacquer finish. Legs in solid ash wood with stained finish (many colors available). Metal crossbar under the top in matte black lacquer finish.
Manufactured in Europe
Other versions available in the showroom:
Dining table - top in ash wood - 78,74"w x 29,53"h x 43,31"d
Dining table - top in fenix® - 78,74"w x 29,53"h x 43,31"d
Dining table - top in ash wood - 98,43"w x 29,53"h x 43,31"d
Dining table - top in fenix® - 98,43"w x 29,53"h x 43,31"d
Dining table - top in ash wood - 118,11"w x 29,53"h x 43,31"d
Dining table - top in fenix® - 118,11"w x 29,53"h x 43,31"d
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.
We meet visual artist Joana Vasconcelos in her Lisbon studio for a quirkly interview centered on French Art de Vivre and Roche Bobois.