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20-06 Square Cafe Table

20-06 Square Cafe Table

Designed by Foster & Partners for Emeco

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Item Number: 3157
$1,435.00

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The 20-06 Square Café Table (2006), one of several Emeco seating and table options, was designed to provide a tabletop surface for the 20-06 Stacking Chair, as well as the Emeco 1006 Navy Chair. But it’s anonymous enough in design to work with most any chair. The hand-welded seamless construction is the result of a 77-step process developed in 1944 when Emeco first manufactured its 1006 Navy Chair for use on WWII submarines. The Table is part of a collection that began with the 20-06 Chair designed by architects Foster & Partners for the Smithsonian expansion in Washington, D.C. The inventive geometry and ecological considerations they bring to architecture are evident in the entire 20-06 table and seating series. With its indestructible anodized finish it is suitable for outdoor use or anywhere moisture can collect. Like it’s 20-06 counterparts, the Square Café Table has an estimated 150-year lifespan – longevity that means less impact on the earth’s resources. Contributes to LEED Certification Credit #4.2 Recycled Content. Made in U.S.A.

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H 30" W 30" D 30"

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Anodized Aluminum

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