Samu, the tables by Bartoli Design and Segis for the contract environment Samu, the tables by Bartoli Design and Segis for the contract environment
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Samu, the tables by Bartoli Design and Segis for the contract environment

Written by Redazione |

18 June 2019

Versatility and minimalism are the distinguishing features of Samu, the new system of tables and lounge low tables designed by Bartoli Design for Segis and dedicated to the contract environment, for both outdoor and indoor space.

With central spoke bases to be combined with various table tops, the bases slim yet sturdy design (available in three heights with adjustable foot) express a minimal and timeless approach, using powder-coated steel profiles in the new nickel black and bronze finishes, characterized by a peculiar profundity; moreover, twenty more opaque colours and a polished crome option are available.

In addition, tops are in stable and durable materials: ceramics in ice white, stone grey, texture charcoal andmarquina black; white, grey and black HPL; laminate on plywood.

A refined collection, designed to make the public space absolutely welcoming.

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