Various uses: Monza table system by Plank

Italian brand Plank introduced the Monza table system, following the launch of the popular Monza chair and armchair. The table, designed by Konstantin Grcic, can be customized so it can vary in size, format and material choice, thereby offering itself for different applications, from a bistro table to a working and conferencing table to a home office desk. It has aluminum die cast junction, and can be configured with legs in either solid ash or extruded aluminum that’s suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. The table tops are made of resistant black or white high pressure laminate (HLP), ideal for heavy use areas.

With a history dating back to 1893, Italian brand Plank has partnered with designers such as Konstantin Grcic, Naoto Fukasawa, Björn Dahlström, Ludovica + Roberto Palomba, Biagio Cisotti and Sandra Laube.

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