meridiana Christophe Pillet

The Meridiana table stems from the ultimate globetrotter chair, revised this year with solid wooden legs. An archetype of the coffee shop or domestic table, it displays a precious balance between the round, wood particleboard top and the solid wood frame and legs. A mass-coloured clay mixture is smoothed over the top by hand with a scraper. The table’s aesthetic is distinguished by the shaded, handmade finish of its top. Available in the following colours: Volcano red, Lava black and Champagne.

characteristics

Table with structure and legs in solid wood of natural ash or charcoal color lacquered ash. Tops in wood particles with beveled semi-elliptical edge with surface finish hand made shaving a spatula of a colored clay-based compound. The nuances of the manual application characterize the aesthetics of the product. The final treatment makes the product water-repellent and stain-resistant. Available in the colors: red, pitch and champagne. Indoor use only.

dimensions

W. 90/35,4" D. 90/35,4" H. 73/28,7" - Ø 100/39,3" H. 73/28,7" - Ø 120/47,2" H. 73/28,7"

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W. 90/35,4" D. 90/35,4" H. 73/28,7" - Ø 100/39,3" H. 73/28,7" - Ø 120/47,2" H. 73/28,7"

Download the new catalog 2018

Christophe Pillet
Christophe Pillet

Born in 1959, he graduated from the Academy of Decorative Arts in Nice in 1985 and a year later took a post-graduate course at the Domus Academy in Milan. From 1986 to 1988 he worked with Martine Bedin in Milan, and from 1988 to 1993 with Philippe Starck in Paris. His first items of furniture, issued by XO, date from 1991. Since May 1993 he has been working as an independent designer. His work ranges from furniture to product design, from interior design to architecture and exhibit design. He works, among others, with Artelano, Cappellini, Ceccotti, JC Decaux, Driade, Mazzega, Moroso, Trussardi, Daum, Moët e Chandon, Ecart International, Lacoste Lancome, l’Oreal, Shiseido, Whirlpool. Nominated Creator of the Year in 1995, he has exhibited his works at the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris, at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Lucerne and at many other prestige venues. Among his most recent works or works in progress, we cite a set of accessories for Lacoste, a lamp collection for Mazzega, a Catherine Malandrino corner at Harrod’s, London, Catherine Malandrino shops in New York, a line of carpets for Toulemonde Bochart, the Redken Salons in the United States, the Hotel SEIZZ in Paris and the Jean-Claude Jitrois shop in London.