The Nori table, designed by Bartoli, is set to become a design classic.
May 25th, 2009
The sharp and aggressive lines of Italian design are not mistaken in this product, suitable for both residential and commercial application.
The Nori legs, joined at a 45-degree angle, are made from anodized or lacquered aluminium. A complete lack of any visible screws allows for a seamless connection to the tabletop.
The Nori table’s slim surface is highly resistant thanks to the use of Alucompact® laminate, which is strong, practical and elegant. This honeycomb structure, available in natural oak veneer with wengè or grey finish, creates a multi layer edge detail.
Fingerprint proof glass is also an option, ideal for heavy usage placement. Available in white, grey, charcoal and black, this matt product maintains a clean finish all day long.
Nori is specifiable as either fixed or extendable. The absence of a central join means that the legs are always at the end of the table, increasing guest comfort.
This product is environmentally sound, made from recycled aluminium and adhering to strict manufacturing guidelines.
An intense quality control process ensures technical perfection.
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