Coffee tables from Cassina, Designed by Gianfranco Frattini

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A collection that became emblematic of the 1960s, an era of optimism and experimentation, when the focus was on unremitting functionality. Designed by Gianfranco Frattini, these four low tables, the smallest being 42 cm in diameter and the largest 61, their heights being similarly graduated, can be stacked to form a sculptural effect reminiscent of a drum. The frames are in beechwood, either in a walnut stain, or in a black lacquer finish. The plastic laminate top is reversible, the underside being lacquered white. Today, as yesterday, this model is a popular choice, the fact that it can be stacked adding to its versatility.


Set of four stacking low tables in two different sizes. Beechwood frame with the following finishes:
- natural
- white lacquer
- black lacquer
- stained walnut.
Reversible plastic laminate top: one side white and one side black.
Manufacturer Cassina
Family 780/783
Architonic ID 1020547
Year of Launch 2004


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