Octa is derived from the Greek octo which means eight: that is the number of legs that equip this table designed by Bartoli Design for Bonaldo. The legs are indeed the key players in Octa: built out of metal rods that have been bent and welded, they form a base which is light in appearance, but which still gives an impression of great solidity and stability. The idea of a table with legs made of metal rods came from playing the game of Mikado pick-up sticks. Order in disorder, lightness, a filigree pattern – these are some of the characteristics that come to mind when thinking about this product, which is designed to be unusual and elegant. (Bartoli Design)
Octa is available with a fixed rectangular table top (in matt anthracite grey or white lacquered wood finish; in solid American walnut or solid anthracite grey brushed oak; in natural Canaletto walnut-wood; in acid-treated black or acid-treated white extra-light glass) and, new for 2014, in the extending version (in the anthracite grey or white lacquered wood finishes; natural Canaletto walnut-wood; acid-treated black or white glass). The base is in painted metal (white or matt anthracite grey), chromed or black nickel.