Product Name
TRAIL - outdoor table
Designer
Giuseppe Bavuso
Manufacturer
Lapalma
Outdoor furniture
Garden tables
Street furniture
Tables for public areas
Material
Metal
Stone
Colour
Grey range
Black range
White range
Characteristics
Ecological
Shape
Rectangular
Round
Use
Residential
Commercial
Style
Contemporary
Classic

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Sometimes it is better to leave the main road and choose the paths less travelled. Style for great travellers, like Giuseppe Bavuso, who has christened TRAIL the splendid new table in the Lapalma collection. The profile is a cross between the most effervescent 1950s, Nordic essentiality and the highest Italian craftsmanship. Setting the pace is the die-cast aluminium base where the three soft, zoomorphic-inspired legs secretly join together, declaring a single design. The round top in HPL Fenix 10mm available in different colors extends to 3.00 metres. Designed to furnish gardens, terraces, public areas and cafés. All materials are disassemblable and recyclable. And in this case sustainability is not a path but Lapalma's high road.

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