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Plano™ Dining Table, Square

Plano™ Dining Table, Square

Designed by Pelikan Design for Fritz Hansen

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Item Number: 1524
$1,934.00

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Niels Gammelgaard and Lars Mathiesen of Pelikan Design took Fritz Hansen’s design brief very seriously: Create a dining table with a light expression simply consisting of a surface and four legs. The result is the Plano Table (2000), a sleek and ultra-light table that can blend seamlessly into virtually any commercial or residential setting. In keeping with the designers’ “minimalist, yet expressive” style, Plano has all the makings of a modern classic. Original design and licensed manufacture by Republic of Fritz Hansen. Made in Poland.

  • Tabletop appears to float in space, offering an airy and spacious look.
  • Plano™ Dining Table, Square

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Dimensions

H 28.25" W 31.5" D 31.5"

Materials

Chromed steel tubing; MDF plate with white synthetic laminate; chromed steel feet.

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