TENSE MATERIAL | Brass table
Rectangular brass table
Tense Material Table featuring new mono-material ﬁnishes The important technological innovation it incorporates, combined with the tensioning capacity of the components makes it possible to build tabletops in large sizes which remain perfectly ﬂat and also extremely light.
Frame and tabletops
Natural oak wood with transparent acrylic ﬁnish. Top, edges and legs coated by 3mm thick solid wood
Stone, in reconstructed stone, transparent acrylic ﬁnish. Top, edges and legs coated with application of 3mm thick material.
Brass, in brass plate, matt brushed ﬁnish and transparent acrylic cover. Top, edges and legs coated by 0.5mm brass plate.
Carbone, natural oak, carbonised black, transparent acrylic surface ﬁnish. Top, edges and legs covered with a sheet of material in a thickness of about 3mm.
The 35mm thick tabletop is a load-bearing composite board built with an internal frame consisting of either aluminium proﬁles and polystyrene ﬁller (wood and stone) or an acrylic resin honeycomb and two outer layers of aluminium (brass).
35x35mm steel legs with internal structural tie-rod.
The table is available in 24 sizes, height 73cm. The reduction of maximum sizes for the brass version (up to 98x300cm) represents the technical limits of the materials employed to build the tabletops.
Accessories – matt black painted The table is also available in a version equipped with 1 or 2 openings and an undertop tray. The openings in size 350 or 420mm are in aluminium.
A steel spring can be inserted into the pre- drilled holes (placed every 50cm) at the bottom of the under top tray to group the cables on the ﬂoor together.
The preciousness and the special processing of the tops may create ﬁnishing and colour differences. Thus any possible visual irregularities of the pattern, shades and surface and colour non uniformity have to be considered precious and unique features.