modern design for the home

four table laminate top

by F. Laviani, from Kartell

four table laminate top

Design Ferruccio Laviani, 2004
Painted steel legs, laminate top
Made in Italy by Kartell

A functional and refined table with a strict geometric design. Thanks to the elegant design solution the thin top seems to be literally levitating into the air, allowing for the easy positioning of drawers and container elements for computer work stations. They can be placed side by side and can be used to form work islands in the office. Four is a practical and informal table with a painted steel structure topped by a surface in stratified laminate with a thickness of 2.5 cm. Four table is a representative table, ideal to give a touch of class to dining rooms, managerial offices and meeting rooms.

The Four table features painted steel legs with either a scratch-proof laminate or scratch-proof soft touch laminate top. The top and leg finish can be specified in a variety of combinations. This version is indoor use only but the Four table is also available in an outdoor version.

square: 50.4" w | 28.3" h | 50.4" d | 55 lbs.
small rectangular: 62.25" w | 31.1" d | 28.3" h | 44.4 lbs.
medium rectangular: 74.75" w | 31.1" d | 28.3" h | 49.4 lbs.
large rectangular: 87.75" w | 31.1" d | 28.3" h | 54.4 lbs.

$1,925.00 + free shipping
(rectangular table in white/white & black/black usually ships in 5-7 business days. Please allow 8-12 weeks for all other options)
average rating: 4

F. Laviani

Ferruccio Laviani (b. 1960) of Cremona, Italy graduated from Politecnico di Milano in architecture in 1986 and created industrial design objects, mainly lamps or lighting systems known for colored transparent plastics. From 1986-1991, he was a member of the De Lucchi studio, designing for various companies such as Credito Bergamasco, Mandarina Duck, Memphis, Olivetti, and Swatch. He came into prominence as the Memphis group began to leave its mark on International design. In 1991, he showed his silverware from the Morandotti collection at the "European Capitals of New Design” exhibition at the Centre Pompidou in Paris. The same year, he began a collaboration with Kartell and is now an artistic director and consultant.
The Kartell image and history are best described through the company's products. The development, corporate strategies, attention paid to technology and design can be appreciated by observing the products Kartell has produced. Kartell products express the language and the atmosphere of the period in which they were created and at the same time they are "contemporary articles". They incorporate many values and messages and this is why they have become an integral part of our design world.


four table laminate top