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The ‘seemingly endless’ Marina table from Extremis is now available through Corporate Culture
Bruno Fattorini and Partners have explored the properties of emerging material technologies in realising the Marina Table, creating a piece where there really is more than meets the eye.
Calling on innovative pull-trusion techniques, the glass fibre, reinforced, polyester resin is drawn through an extrusion offering extended length pieces of the material.
These profiles afford the designer and manufacturer a superior strength and resilience over lengths not possible with existing materials.
Offered with or without integrated bench seating, the Marina Table is an adaptable concept that lends itself perfectly for use indoors or out.
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