The latest addition to the Krost product range is a contemporary, highly versatile offering that boasts an almost industrial aesthetic.
May 14th, 2013
Characterised by its splayed leg, the table’s profile is at once distinct given in part to the angularity of the supports mirroring with the refined bevel of the table top.
Constructed from steel, the framework features a coarse powder coat finish available in black or white as standard but offered with the option of additional colours to suit the intended application.
Structural integrity and an assurance of rigidity is achieved with “oversized saddle plates” affixed to the table. The T-shaped profile of the leg provides extra strength and support with minimalist styling, doing away with clumsy engineering.
Both round and rectangular in shape, a range of table top sizes are offered as standard with 10mm glass, 33mm veneer or 33mm melamine or custom tops can be matched to meet individual requirements.
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