Bonaldo Pebble Coffee Table


Additional information
Dimensions 90 × 90 × 30 cm

Mat White, Mat Dove Grey, Mat Anthracite




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Bonaldo Pebble Coffee Table

  • Good Design Award 2010
A skilful balance of blocks and voids, painstaking care for details, for shapes, for materials and for colours.

The Pebble coffee table is made of matt coloured polyethylene. The openings in the coffee table frame emphasise its roundness and provide a practical storage solution. Pebble is resistant to atmospheric agents and can also be used outdoors. It is available in a variety of Mat Anthracite Grey, Mat Dove Grey and Mat White

Materials – batch-dyed polyethylene

Dimensions – L 90 cm, W 90 cm, H 30 cm.

Technical Specifications

The Designer: Matthias Demacker born 1970, studied Design at FH Niederrhein in Krefeld. During this time he worked for several design offices in the field of exhibition design. After graduating he moved to munich to work for different design offices, where he designed for companies like Ideal Standard, Bene, Wittman and Interlübke. 2003 he started freelancing to find the time to realize own design concept. The office is located in the heart of munich, where he works with people from different background, depending on the actual project. His concept always goals to a sensual perception of products not following short lived trends of fashion, but creating a modern durable product that is fun to live with everyday.

The Brand: BONALDO A story of passion, research and quality that began in 1936. A successful company in Italy and worldwide that produces elegant furniture and designer accessories, originated from a great passion for design. Its collections are characterised by an eclectic, dynamic and unique style: tables, chairs, accessories, sofas and beds are produced exclusively in Italy and exported all over the world, employing the most modern technologies and fine materials, carefully selected and with certificates of authenticity. 

Output totally reflects Italian tastes and lifestyle, something unique to Italy that cannot be reproduced elsewhere, but which interacts with various international trends in contemporary design.