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GUBI Epic Coffee Table, 110 cm, Midnight Black Steel - Fifteen Percent Discount

Regular price $4,319.70 SGD
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Design: GamFratesi

The Epic coffee table, designed by GamFratesi for GUBI, is a refreshingly contemporary take on classic architectural elements. The sculptural, seemingly simple look of the Epic Coffee Table comprises of two geometric elements: a hexagon and a circle. The table’s modern, minimalist tone carries a subtle reference to the iconic columns of Ancient Greece. Choose a large Epic table as the focal point of a living room, a smaller size to accompany a lounger chair or as an eloquent nightstand, or combine different sizes and colors to create an eye-catching ensemble.

Epic by GUBI designed by the Danish-Italian design duo GamFratesi: Stine Gam and Enrico Fratesi. The designers drew inspiration to the series from the historical travertine constructions such as the Roman Colosseum. The grand Epic tables also lend their name from epic poems. The Epic collection features coffee tables in several sizes, and a dining table, all manufactured in Italy.

Colour
Black
Height
34 cm
Diameter
110 cm
Material
Steel
Weight
61.7 kg

Gubi provides a two-year warranty against manufacturing defects in standard products (materials and designs), valid for two years from the date of dispatch. The warranty does not extend to ordinary wear and tear, wear of or damage to upholstery and surfaces (including surface finish) nor damage caused by wrongful and/or insufficient maintenance. For the purpose of this provision, standard products shall mean the products specified and directly priced in the price list published by Gubi. The warranty shall also lapse if the products show signs of incorrect or extreme use or other physical damage.

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