Pedrali SpA

YPSILON 4794T_H110 - Stackable aluminium Pedrali table for coffee bars or restaurants, also for outdoor

    Stackable table with aluminium base, particularly suitable for indoor and outdoor furnishings of coffee bars, restaurants and public premises.

    For indoor use:
    polished aluminium or indoor coated aluminium base
    suitable with tops max. cm 60x60 o diam. cm 60

    For outdoor use:
    anodized aluminium or outdoor coated aluminium base
    suitable with compact or white lacquered metal sheet tops max. cm 60x60 o diam. cm 60

    Size of the base: diam. cm 66x108H

    Please contact us for a personalized quotation or send us a quote request.

    Description

    to be mounted to be mounted
    Stackable Stackable
    Made in Italy Made in Italy
    For Outdoor Use For Outdoor Use
    Recyclable Recyclable
    YPSILON 4794T_H110 - Stackable aluminium Pedrali table for coffee bars or restaurants, also for outdoor

    Design: Jorge Pensi Design Studio

    - 100% Made in Italy -

    Ypsilon table base is conceived to "orbit" on beaches, terraces and gardens, that is to resist to summertime high temperatures, and made of an aluminium structure that will keep it always cold. An aluminium extruded tube that extends itself towards the legs of its casted base, in the same material, giving to the whole shape coherence. Ypsilon leans itself on the floor softly, with transparent plastic feet, just like as it would be floating in the space that contains it.

    Availability:

    For indoor use:
    polished aluminium or indoor coated aluminium base
    suitable with tops max. cm 60x60 o diam. cm 60

    For outdoor use:
    anodized aluminium or outdoor coated aluminium base
    suitable with compact or white lacquered metal sheet tops max. cm 60x60 o diam. cm 60

    Size of the base: diam. cm 66x108H

    For public premises minimum order of 12 pieces.

    Shipping times: three weeks from order confirmation, except for unforeseen events.

    PLEASE NOTE!!! For graphic reasons, the colors of published objects may be different from the original ones. This does not constitute reason for contesting the product.