Key facts

Product:
Cima Lounge Mesita 45
Family:
Cima Lounge
Manufacturer:
FueraDentro
Designer:
Hendrik Steenbakkers
Architonic ID:
1136963
Country:
Netherlands
Launched:
2012
Groups:
Tables-Side tables
Lounge area/Waiting room-Side tables
Garden tables-Side tables

Product description

The most striking characteristic of the Mesita Lounge low table, designed by Hendrik Steenbakkers, is the rectangular shape of the stainless steel base, holding the toughened glass table top in suspension. Despite the robust frame, this contemporary design has a very spatial appearance. The Mesita Lounge is also available in the size 78. The Mesita 78 Lounge is a coffee table with a square top. The sides of this table have the same dimensions as the side of the Banca or Poltrona Lounge. This way it can be cornered between the two. The Mesita 45 Lounge is a smaller side table. The toughened matt glass for both tables is available in the colours black, white and cendre.

Being part of the Cima Lounge Collection, the Mesita Lounge is often used in combination with the Poltrona Lounge chair, Siesta Lounge sunbed or as part of the Cima Lounge modular system. this deluxe low table is pure, minimalist and architectural in design.
The materials exceed standards for durability and resistance to the outdoor elements. For the stainless steel frame an electro-polished finish is optional.

Product family

Concept

The most notable characteristics of the FueraDentro Cima Lounge collection, introduced in 2008, are the minimalistic design, the rectangular shape of the stainless steel frame with the seemingly floating seatings and tabletops in the stainless steel frames. Effortless enjoyment can be enhanced with coordinating cushions in both fabric and synthetic leather and can match the base seat colour options of white, black and natural cendre. The various components of the Cima Lounge-set can be combined modularly to create personal arrangements. This allows the Cima Lounge collection to be crafted to your own individual style and optimise your personal visual and physical ideals.