Flat Coffee Table by Gandiablasco
Designed by Mario Ruiz
The Flat coffee table is a designer table made of solid aluminium plates and hollow aluminium profiles welded through semi-industrial processes.
The top can be configured with the ultra-compact Dekton® by Cosentino, surface, resistant to stains and chemicals, or with white high-density polyethylene (PE-HD) slats, which are treated with UV additives to improve their resistance to outdoor elements and to chemical products.
Elegance and durability. The formal lightness of the outdoor table contrasts with the rotundity of its structure, perfect for furnishing outdoor areas throughout the year.
100% recyclable polyethylene
420mm Diameter x 420mmH
420mmW x 420mmD x 420mmH
900mmW x 900mmD x 300mmH
1200mmW x 900mmD x 300mmH
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Passion for life outdoors, a dream come true on the edge of a cliff north of Ibiza. Our first outdoor furniture collection’s elemental and architectural geometry transcended borders thanks to its ability to respond to canons of timelessness and universality.
Its refined, purely architectural design, made of aluminium profiles combined with polyethylene, opened up market niches that didn’t exist until then, confirming the company’s expansion to every continent. The essential design of architectural lines defines the personality of GANDIABLASCO’s furniture and pergolas collections, together with the concept of extensive collections.
More than furniture, these are fresh and elegant products that complement each other to create environments where one can enjoy the outdoors, Mediterranean-style.
About the designer
A graduate of Industrial Design from Barcelona’s Elisava University School of Design and Engineering, Mario Ruiz’s designs speak volumes in their simplicity; they live with their users without being conspicuous.
His work method “originates from the mission of being useful. That is always my point of departure, that the object works. Since there is no single solution for that to happen, figuring out the details is usually what leads to the emergence of a language.”
The designer started out in 1995 from his studio Mario Ruiz Design, focused on designing and developing industrial products and technology, as well as furniture, lighting and office projects.