Lademadera Coffee Table by Gandiablasco
Designed by Francesco Meda and David Quincoces
The clean lines and character of this collection of outdoor furniture dialogue in coherence with the selection of materials such as aluminium and teak wood, 100% recyclable and respectful of the environment.
The Lademadera coffee table is a table with a rational design, which allows maximum use of the material, avoiding waste.
It is an outdoor piece of furniture that integrates easily into any environment and in combination with the other tables from the same collection it allows you to create games of volumes by superimposing their different heights.
Colour: Soft Black
Low – 940mm Diameter x 230mmH
High – 940mm Diameter x 320mmH
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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
Francesco Meda & David Quincoces
Francesco Meda (Milan, 1984) graduated in 2006 from the European Institute of Design in Milan. The designer gained experience in London working in Sebastian Bergne’s studio and later Ross Lovegrove’s.
In 2008 he returned to Milan and collaborated with his father Alberto Meda on brands such as Kartell and Caimi Brevetti. Meda has promoted her own art and design projects in other international firms and prestigious galleries such as Nilufar Gallery and Schoeni Art Gallery in Hong Kong. Among the applauded designs of him, stand out the bridge lamps and the 3D printed jewels that are part of the collection of the Triennale Design Museum in Milan.
Francesco Meda also has several awards. The last one was the 2019 Wallpaper Design Awards with the Woody chair for Molteni & C.
David Quincoces, born in Madrid, has lived in Milan since 2005, where he arrived to study a master’s degree in interior design at the Politecnico di Milano. Having worked with Piero Lissoni, he founded his own studio, Quincoces-Dragó, more than ten years ago.
It is currently one of the most sought-after architecture firms in Milan and works both in collaboration with design companies and in interior architecture projects.