Burguesa low table by BD Barcelona

Burguesa low table


Designer Oscar Tusquets Blanca, Anna Bohigas
Launched in 1980
Architonic id 1017633

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It is logical for  the table in the centre of the living room to have a top of glass, and another lower top for large magazines and books. But why should the  supporting structure have to be so coldly modern, in perspex or stainless steel, or artificial and genuine bamboo? We have called it Burguesa (Bourgeois) because we felt that it might be pleasing to that social class, as indeed it has been.

Table composed of modules of 40 x 80 x h 40 cm. Structure in solid beech wood of 3 x 3 cm. Sides MDF, 30 mm thickness. Both in black matt-lacquered (NCS S-0500-N). Lower top in transparent glass of 6 mm, thickness. Upper tops in transparent glass of 8 mm, of several measures, which will be used according to the quantity of modules of the composition to be covered. Separating and union pieces between modules in black plastic when the table is in black, or colourless if the table is white.

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