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Marina bistro
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Product description

The hospitality market often demands smaller tables to accommodate more intimate conversations. Marina's two bistro tables which seat 4 and 6 people are the perfect solution.

These bistro tables are made from a glass-fibre and polyester composite. This solid, durable and modern material feels like wood but is less sensitive to temperature changes and humidity. The table is relatively lightweight due to the high-quality materials used in the design.

L72 x W72 x H75 cm

Tabletop: Fibre glass
Legs: Structured powder-coated steel

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The Marina is available without the attached seating benches to create a long dining table. The unique thing about this range is that you can put together your own personal table arrangement. The Marina long dining table and the Marina outdoor picnic table are not only unlimited in length, you can also extend their architectural lines from your terrace to your dining room and from your office workspace to your office canteen. Whether you use them indoors or outdoors, these tables blur the boundaries between work and play and turn an individual space into a shared space. This range is specifically designed to create unity and simplicity in your home or project.

These designer tables are made from a composite of glass fibre and polyester which is a solid, durable and contemporary material. It feels just like wood but is considerably less sensitive to temperature changes and humidity. The high-quality materials make the design relatively lightweight.

The Marina tables come in four different tabletop widths. One version has five fibreglass sections and the other version six sections. When you double the width of these tabletops, you get the perfect desk and have a slot for cable management and desk dividers. Marina also comes in four different tabletop heights. There is a version for normal seating height, and another for bar stool seating height. The number of table legs increases in proportion to the length.