Float dining table by Pratelli Stone

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Lead time: Ships from Italy. Delivers within 4-6 weeks.

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About the Float dining table by Pratelli Stone

The classical idea of marble table refer to concepts of opulence and formal rigidity, the specific desire to distance themselves from this formulation is the basis of fluidity expressed by FLOAT. Float arises from the intention of combining the plastic form with function, the movement with stability. A summary of the guiding concepts is done through the design of a base that sets in motion a plastic form, giving the impression of a precarious balance. Each item of the Float collection is registered and accompanied with a certificate of authenticity.

Detailed Information about the Float dining table by Pratelli Stone

Brand Pratelli Stone
Type Dining table
Style Modern
Material Configurable
Designer Gabriele Pinca
Series Float
Extendable No
Available colors White, Black, Gray, Red
Country of manufacture Italy
Availability Delivery time ± 4 weeks directly from Italy
Warranty 24 months by manufacturer

About Pratelli Stone

The Pratelli family since 1976 is dedicated to the processing of marble and the transformation of raw materials into furniture.

Since the mid 80s’ the company expanded its markets abroad, particularly in Germany, where exports are concentrated on tables for interior design. In the 90’s Pratelli reached another important market, the United States, where classic dining tables and coffee tables were exported in travertine. Today Pratelli is back in the international market with new products designed by leading designers that combine marble with wood, glass, resin and iron.

Situated in the heart of Tuscany, the company is surrounded by the most sought after marble quarries in the world. This allows access to the highest quality Italian materials possible.

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