Pedrera table

12 to 14 Weeks


The Pedrera table from 1955 was inspired by Gaudi's building in Barcelona with the same name. In 1955, the property company behind Gaudi's famous building La Pedrera in Barcelona wanted to convert the attics, which were primarily used for storage, into flats. The company therefore contacted the Spanish architect Barba Corsini. Corsini designed 13 individual flats, numbered 1-14 due to superstition. The assignment also entailed designing furniture including the Pedrera table to complete the overall architectual experience of the flats. Corsini archieved great international recognition for his architecture and design for La Pedrera. The Pedrera table comes with a steel base and an organic shapes glass top.



H 330mm x L 1000mm x W 860mm



Steel base made of 12 mm steel rod. Glass top in 8 mm tempered glass with bevelled edges.



Base available in in black powder, brazed or chromed coating.

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