Slide Low Lita Table
  • Slide Low Lita Table
  • Slide Low Lita Table
  • Slide Low Lita Table
  • Slide Low Lita Table

Slide Low Lita Table

€201.65
Availability if not in stock 5/6 weeks.
Standard Color: *
  • Milk White
  • Jet Black
  • Elephant Grey
  • Chocolate Brown
  • Argil Grey
  • Dove Grey
  • Powder Blue
  • Malva Green
  • Lime Green
  • Saffron Yellow
  • Pumpin Orange
  • Flame Red
  • Sweet Fuchsia
Shipping Costs
Please contact us for exact shipping charges. Free shipping does not apply.
You must be logged in

Low Lita Table is the table that completes the Low Lita collection, created by the Italian famous designer Paola Navone. Low Lita Table reminds the design of the whole collection, thanks to its playful and contemporary design. The top of the coffee table makes richer thanks to a tempered glass particularity, but the three legs are huge and funny as the other products of the collection.

Low Lita Table coffee table completes every kind of indoor and outdoor settings, as contract and private homes, with fun and informal style.

Can't find it! We can supply all products from Slide. If you know what you are looking for and it is not yet featured, please send us a request.

Specifications

Polyethylene

Size Description

Width 90 cm

Depth 74 cm

Height 35 cm

Weight 10 Kg

  • Paola Navone

    An architect trained at the Turin Polytechnic (1973), in the 1970s and 1980s she worked – along with Alessandro Mendini, Ettore Sottsass Jr. and Andrea Branzi – in the Alchimia group, developing an avant-garde position that was honored, in 1983, by the prestigious International Design Award of Osaka. From 1985 to 1988 she made a radical breakthrough: she became the consultant for the construction of image and product in the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand for UNIDO and the World Bank. Over her long career she has worked with prestigious companies like Abet Laminati, Armani Casa, Knoll International, Alessi, Piazza Sempione, Mondo, Driade, Orizzonti, Arcade, Oltrefrontiera, Casamilano, Antonangeli, Dada, Molteni, Natuzzi, Roche Bobois, Swarovski, Poliform, Egizia, Emu. She has been the artistic director of Gervasoni since 1998.
Go to top