Maximum stability with minimum material thickness. La Superfine is a good example of how new shapes can arise when you use high-quality materials in unconventional ways. We use thermally deformed HPL sheets for the seats and back rests. HPL stands for High Pressure Laminate. These are sheets that consist of 70% cellulose and 30% melamine resins. The material is extremely weather-resistant and UV-stable. Thanks to their high density, the sheets demonstrate great stability despite their thickness of just 8 mm. The plates are bent lengthwise with an exterior radius of 38 mm at an angle of 90°. This bend lends the furniture its characteristic form. The side parts take up the sweep of the sheets, forming a harmonious unit. La Superfine invites people to lean their arms on the back rests and make themselves comfortable. There are five colours available. The metal parts are made of hot-galvinised steel They have a high-quality coating with a slight metallic pattern. Their colour is anthracite, similar to DB 703 metallic or RAL 7024. The individual elements are connected with safety screws. All elements can be replaced individually in case of damage due to vandalism.