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Create an outdoor for enjoying Potocco's chosen pieces
Potocco's mastery in woodworking is once again the protagonist: the slats arranged next to each other, to compose a harmonious and orderly sequence, are in Iroko wood, making the Dock ideal for an outdoor use.
BUTLER is an outdoor trolley that combines an essential design with functionality. The trolley is a fundamental complement to the dining and living areas to organize, transport and contain drinks, food and dishes or other objects.
The upper top in Iroko wood, the lower one and the bottle holder container, removable according to need, create a play of volumes and lines with the structure.
Like small contemporary totems, the HISHI coffee tables by Chiara Andreatti seal, through the choice of materials, the combination of indoor and outdoor, revealing the designer's passion for materials and experimentation with new aesthetic possibilities.
The base in ceramic, in the colors gray sand and peach, is characterized by a hand crafted bas-relief decoration in geometric mesh, which creates refined effects through the deposit of the crystalline. A design that seems to imprint the graphic pattern of the weaves, a stylistic sign of the outdoor according to Potocco’s view.
The new Ø128cm and Ø158cm OTX dining table extends the homonymous collection designed by Gabriele and Oscar Buratti.
This table is extremely versatile thanks to its double declination, for both indoor and outdoor environments.
Available with HPL top for outdoors, the OTX dining table is characterized by minimal aesthetics and a geometric design which make it ideal for refined indoor and outdoor rooms, declined for company, home and contract spaces. Perfect synthesis between practicality, lightness and essential design, OTX is an example of the excellence of Potocco in creating functional and elegant objects that adapt naturally to any space.
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