SLICED Dining Table by Francesco Perego for Gaffuri

SLICED is a modular table, designed by Francesco Perego for Gaffuri, that is completely customizable.

The idea came from the desire to create a table with which the final user can literally interact during its construction and assembly and create a product made to order. The structure, consisting of plywood modules, is the key element and can be composed at will by the user who can choose which elements, among the six ones available, will make up the table according to a precise aesthetic and/or functional idea or experimenting innovative, different and unknown solutions.

However, there are a series of basic models or configurations available to simplify the task or give the opportunity to purchase a finished product ready for use. The table can always be customized, the user will in fact be able to change configuration, look and/or intended use by simply adding, removing or replacing the SLICES purchased separately so as to always have the opportunity to create other models and increase the possible alternatives.

The SLICE can also be produced in multilayer laminate, thereby widening the choice with different colors and finishes and further increase the degree of customization.

This system allows to create a structure different each time with the possibility to vary it in time both in size and in form, or finish, and above all, very importantly, allows for multiple uses, from the domestic one, with the ability to configure SLICED for use in the kitchen, in the dining room or as a coffee table up to the professional, as a desk or that commercial, to set up bars, restaurants and hotels, in shops, stores, exhibition spaces as a bench or table display.

The top is also customizable both as regards materials and finishes that as regards shapes and sizes, which can be realized as a function of the property or the intended use.

The user has the option to buy more top dimensions/different forms and/or according to SLICE which possesses, thus being able to create more tables, which differ not only in shape but also in size, also depending on the needs of the moment, scrambling all the same elements and with the ability to add or remove unnecessary at will.

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