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Plate Dining Table

Plate Dining Table
by Vitra

Designed by
Jasper Morrison
for Vitra 2018

Finely balanced proportions and the subtle interplay of planes and curves give the Plate Dining Table an unassuming, refined appearance that can be complemented by a wide variety of chairs, both contemporary and classic. The tapered legs with a quarter-circle profile and the slender frame adhere to the principle of an efficient use of materials: as much as necessary, as little as possible. This lends the table an elegant, graceful silhouette.

Like all of the designs developed by Jasper Morrison in collaboration with Vitra, the Plate Dining Table reflects the tenets of his ‘super normal’ design philosophy. Morrison explains: ‘The objects that perform best do so not because they look beautiful or valuable but because they have the essential code of being good at what they are.’

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Finishes+

Glass table top: light grey satin finish or white satin finish.
Marble table top: marble Carrara.
MDF table top: white or black powder-coated.
Wood table top: natural oak or dark oak.
Base: powder-coated in basic dark or white.

Specifications+

MDF table tops: 25mm thick, powder-coated finish.
Solid wood table tops: 22mm thick, oiled; natural or dark oak with protective natural lacquer finish.
Glass table top: 12mm thick, float glass with satin finish, lacquered underside, ground edge.
Marble table top: 15mm thick, Carrara marble, brushed and waxed.
Base: legs in die-cast aluminium, extruded crossbars, powder-coated.
Origin of wood: oak (Quercus robur) from Germany and France.

Dimensions+

Plate dining table: Width: 1800 / 2000mm x Height: 735/745mm x Depth: 900mm

Plate dining table: Width: 2200 / 2400mm x Height: 735/745mm x Depth: 1000mm

Sustainability+

57% recyclable when fully separated
50% recycled material

Lead time+
Approximately 12 - 14 weeks