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  • Match console table, 2015, Bernhardt and vella, Arflex
  • Match console table, 2015, Bernhardt and vella, Arflex
  • Match console table, 2015, Bernhardt and vella, Arflex

Match console table, 2015

Match console table by Bernhardt + Vella for Arflex.

The Match console table blends pared-back simplicity with luxurious detailing.

The project is born from an industrial shelves system. The junction, that joins the structure with the shelf, becomes a precious and decorative element in brass. The system can be stacking and allows to create with the same elements also small tables and bookshelves with different heights, console and table. The shelves for the bookcases are in wood (chocolate); the small tables tops, the console and the tabletop are available in marble. The tubular frame is black matt painted. 
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Match console table by Bernhardt + Vella for Arflex.

The Match console table blends pared-back simplicity with luxurious detailing.

The project is born from an industrial shelves system. The junction, that joins the structure with the shelf, becomes a precious and decorative element in brass. The system can be stacking and allows to create with the same elements also small tables and bookshelves with different heights, console and table. The shelves for the bookcases are in wood (chocolate); the small tables tops, the console and the tabletop are available in marble. The tubular frame is black matt painted. 

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122w x 42d x 76cmh

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A tubular matt black lacquered metal frame features orthogonal joints in brass or burnished lacquered metal.
The tabletop is available in white Carrara, black Marquinia, or quartzite silver marble.

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Arflex began operations in 1947. Aldo Bai, Pio Reggiani, and Aldo Barassi - a group of technicians from Pirelli - teamed up with a young architect named Marco Zanuso and began to experiment with the use of foam rubber and elastic tapes for the furniture industry.

Arflex began operations in 1947. Aldo Bai, Pio Reggiani, and Aldo Barassi - a group of technicians from Pirelli - teamed up with a young architect named Marco Zanuso and began to experiment with the use of foam rubber and elastic tapes for the furniture industry.

Zanuso's experience with upholstery industrialisation, namely the application of new materials to new technologies, was a catalyst to Arflex's forward-looking vision. From Gold medal-winning domestic furniture such as the Sleep-o-matic sofas and Fourline armchairs, to commercial seating designs for the automotive industry, Arflex strove to establish itself at the forefront of furniture design.

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