The Thin-K table and the entire Kristalia range are now exclusively available from Fanuli Furniture
August 6th, 2013
As subtle as a thought, as perfect as a mathematical formula, Thin-K is the product of designer Luciano Bertoncini’s passion for mechanics and the technological know-how of leading Italian brand Kristalia.
Thin-K is a collection of fixed and extending tables of infinitesimal thickness: just 6mm thick, they are a real challenge to the laws of gravity. Kristalia has developed a range of new dimensions for the table: stretching up to almost three metres long with a width of 1.2 meters, and available in aluminium finished in white, sand grey, anthracite grey or black, or matt or gloss glass finished in extra white, anthracite grey, black and titanium.
Thin-K tables are suitable for home and for public spaces, easily employed as a workstation or meeting table. The Thin-K design also considers the environment: it is made of 100% recyclable materials.
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