The ‘Geo’ table can be customised to a range of sizes and with over half a dozen materials, making it a versatile addition to any domestic interior.
May 13th, 2014
The ‘Geo’ table from Catapult Design with Cath Ertler is a picture of versatile style. Whether it sports slick powdercoated coloured lines, luscious honed marble, or the warmth of Tasmanian Oak, the ‘Geo’ is a perfect addition to any room in the house.
The options are too numerous to list—each table can feature custom tops in over half a dozen different materials, they range from 250mm to 1200mm in diameter and 350mm to 750mm high as standard, and can be zinc electroplated for outdoor use. Plus, they’re Australian designed and manufactured, and, depending on the finish, can be extremely cost effective.
Their distinctive base is almost cheeky, and provides a counterpoint to the circular top, drawing out the geometry for a distinctive profile. ‘Geo’ is customisable in every way, and continues to support the Australian design and manufacturing industry.
‘Geo’ tables are available exclusively from Catapult Design.
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