abaco
seniordesk
CODE
200.AB12
INFO

Frame of tubular steel with square section; top in glass, wood or leather. Glides in Derlin diam. 70 mm.

 
abaco
designer
code
200.AB12
type
Senior desk
cover
CTT210
top
VES
abaco
seniordesk

technicalscheme

all measurements in millimetres and inches

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structure

Frame of tubular steel with square section; top in glass, wood or leather. Glides in Derlin diam. 70 mm.

frame finishing

Completely covered in:

  • CPF full grain leather (30 colors available)
  • CTT contract leather (16 colors available)
  • CTX embossed full grain leather (6 texture on 30 colors of CPF)

Completely painted in:

  • AL liquid aluminum
  • NS semi-bright black
  • BI glossy white

glass top finishing

Frame and top are separated by appropriate spacers in color white or black H: 15 mm

  • VET transparent crystal glass, thickness 15 mm
  • VES frosted crystal glass, thickness 12 mm
  • VEF fumé gray crystal glass, thickness 12 mm
  • VEE extra-clear crystal glass, thickness 12 mm
  • VEB lacquered transparent crystal glass color white, thickness 12 mm
  • VEN lacquered transparent crystal glass color black, thickness 12 mm
  • VLB lacquered extra-clear crystal glass color white, thickness 12 mm

Extendible table 1800/2500x1000 mm is not available with glass top.

wooden top finishing

  • RS bleached oak, thickness 25 mm
  • RW oak dyed wengé, thickness 25 mm
  • LAC glossy lacquered in color white, black or red, thickness 25 mm

leather top finishing

Top in particleboard covered on top, sides and edges in:

  • CPF full grain leather (30 colors available)
  • CTT contract leather (16 colors available)
  • CTX embossed full grain leather (6 texture on 30 colors of CPF)

Black lacquered under top, 25 mm thick. Top divided into leather parts with visible seams on joining lines.

Franco Bizzozero

Born in 1948 in Cantù, center of the Furniture Art, he gained in this field his education and his first planning researches, collaborating with magazines and teaching Technique of Furniture at the training center. He attended the University “Polytechnic” in Milan, where he graduated in 1973 arguing his thesis on the theme “the handicraft as essential component of the structure of an area”. As a designer focuses his attention in industrial design. His professional activity is also supported by the institutional one, as president of CLAC, a non-profit society in Wood-Furniture created to promote the design and technological innovation of small and medium company.

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