February 23 / 2018

CALMA gives a new twist to its iconic ANGLE table

ANGLE is above all pure geometry, a subtle interplay of angles, lines, flat surfaces and proportions that adds spark and attention to spaces. Its innovative design presented a challenge to the manufacturer which wanted to emphasise the perfect fusion of pure geometries, new materials and high performances. The result is a large table for spacious ambiences that stands out for its sculptural essence, quality and visual balance.

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The new table ANGLE 2018 maintains a geometric aesthetic and the unique features which make it easily recognisable at first sight. While keeping its eclectic combination of material to a minimum thickness, the new design has improved the structural and technical aspects, making it easier to assemble and move according to clients’ needs. Furthermore, the range of finishes has been expanded, positioning ANGLE in the market with a better quality-price relationship.  

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The bases of the table are made of 8mm laser cut aluminium plates, precisely folded to fit the stainless steel central structure. The bases are provided with adjustable levellers that stabilise the top and make the table stand steady also on uneven floors. Each component has been finished with a texturized baked powder coating.

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The ANGLE table features an 8 mm Dekton ceramic top which is composed of three removable pieces, fixed to an aluminium perimeter frame which can also be dismounted.

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All of this enables the table’s straightforward assembly and portability as it can be dismantled and rebuilt at any time. The Angle table is available in colours white and taupe.

For more information: http://www.calma.cat/en/

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