Brand:Lapalma

FORK P128

Refined Japanese design blends with Italian craftsmanship to create FORK, the minimalist table, whose character is expressed with its legs inspired by the branches of a tree.

 

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Base composed of aluminium drawn tube with elliptical section and a 4-way connection in die-cast recycled aluminium powder coated with a fixing plate for the top. Legs in aluminium extrusion veneered in wood or powder coated in several finishes. Adjustable knurled glides in nylon. Tops with beveled edge in plywood of birch veneered in oak or in MDF if lacquered or in hpl Fenix®. Edges are lacquered in the same colour of the top.

 

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74 cm 180 cm 200 cm
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Lapalma

An interpreter of great international designers, thanks to an all-Italian production that combines craftsmanship and automation, essentiality and respect for the environment, Lapalma produces furnishing elements for contemporary living spaces. The story of Lapalma is one of family, work and above all passion. Intuition, tenacity, know-how and stainless passion, such as metal, a material that the company has been skilfully working with for over forty years, combining it with wood, leather, fabrics and other innovative materials to create furnishing elements with clean, timeless lines. Lapalma has dedicated a collection of versatile, elegant and extraordinarily comfortable furniture to contemporary living spaces, which are fluid because they are changing. Unique and systemised furniture, soft and colourful in the variations that personalise each room. Furniture that is Italian in its craftsmanship and open to the essentiality of international design. Collaboration with leading designers has resulted in products that represent a perfect combination of design and aesthetics: chairs, tables, armchairs and stools - such as the iconic LEM, designed in 2000 by Shin +Tomoko Azumi - that have led to the company being fully integrated into major international projects - from hotels to shops, museums to airports. And it has won several awards. Workshop, carpentry, upholstered furniture workshop and assembly are the production areas, all inside the company, where a good balance between technology and the hand of man gives shape to an eclectic and elegant proposal with a strong focus on sustainability. Each stage of the production process reflects the company's great sensitivity towards the environment: from product design to the selection of the materials used through to disposal.
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