Framework Table

Framework Table

Designed by Steffen Kehrle
Material: Solid beech wood in natural, stained or lacquered or in walnut
Dimensions: 2000 x 1000 x ht. 750 mm

A wooded frame which allows different applications as regards chair and table, enabling the products to be customized and adapted
to any design.

$1.00

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