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356 side table

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356 side table

This is the side table in our 356 collection, a low model that can also be used as an outdoor coffee table in informal settings or to complement the chaiselongue in this same series. It has a very particular design, with a groove that runs all along one side of the table. This ingenious detail has plenty of uses, e.g. to put drinks or snacks in so that you can use the rest of the surface as a seat or footrest.

If you’re looking for furniture that will create a strong impact, you’ll achieve it with this outdoor side table together with the chaiselongue in this same collection. This is an item that hardly goes unnoticed thanks to its aerodynamic look, inspired by the first Porsche 356 cars from the 1950s. As both of these have such a striking presence, you won’t need much else to furnish your outdoor area, especially if you choose a very bold colour like pink or red.

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You can use the groove as an ice bucket to keep drinks cool.

You can also use it to as an occasional planter for certain seasonal plants.

You could also put it in your house.

If you like the whole of your outdoor area to have a similar appearance, take a look at the other items in the 356 collection. With the stool or the armchair you can create an outdoor lounge with an informal, laid-back atmosphere.

Take advantage of the variety of available colours to make your outdoor area a colourful space. Use our colour chart to make sure your choice matches your colour scheme.

Measurements
80x80x17 cm / 31x31x7 inch
Materials
Made of rotomoulded 100% recyclable polyethylene
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Designer

José A. Gandía Blasco Canales

Designer and president and creative director of Gandia Blasco Group. In the 90’s managed to lead the activities of the family business towards the international design benchmark it is today.Diabla is the third brand he has set up and is his most recent business project.

“Beauty has to be functional in any piece of furniture. I like to think of pieces that have been in the collective imagination for a long time, which is why they easily connect with people.Redesigning them brings them closer to the current user”.

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Designer

Pablo Gironés

Pablo Gironés is a freelance consultant specialising in marketing, art direction and product strategy who works for contemporary furniture design companies.

“There are good talent pools in Europe, and I think the level is improving more and more. Having a good cultural base is essential. So is knowing the work of the great industrial and graphic designers of the 20th century. It has served me a lot”.

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