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Steel painted pewter.

Shelf
Chipboard panel covered in wood veneer with melamine facing, shaved and painted with anthracite matt lacquer.

Counterweight on the ground
Black marquina marble.

MAINTENANCE OF WOOD AND/OR PAINTED PARTS
For ordinary maintenance purposes, use a soft and dry cloth to remove dust. For greasy-oily dirt (fingerprints), we suggest treating surfaces with alcohol diluted in water, and immediately drying them with a soft cloth. It is best to avoid products containing acetone, chlorine and solvents, abrasive products, furniture wax and cloths with rigid fibres (linen and synthetic fabrics), which could ruin and/or scratch the surfaces. All these operations must be carried out with the utmost attention and without applying excessive pressure. Exposure to direct sunlight may damage the colour of the wood.

MARBLE TOP MAINTENANCE
For normal maintenance, like removing dust and dry residue, use a soft cloth. For more tenacious dry dirt (dust that has penetrated into the pores), we suggest using a compact/spongy cloth, slightly dampened with warm water and well-wrung, following the grain of the top without applying excessive pressure. For greasy or oily dirt (fingerprints), we suggest treating the surfaces with a sponge, wet with water and dish washing liquid, and then cleaning the surfaces as described above. It is best to avoid products containing solvents and/or alcohol, or cloths with rigid fibres (linen and synthetic fabrics), which could ruin the paintwork. Given the type of treatment, it is important to remove stains as soon as possible, as described above.

W 17 3/4” D 16 3/4” H 22”

George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg founded our studio in 1980 with an emphasis on interior design and have since expanded our firm into a multidisciplinary practice that addresses multiple layers of human experience. With offices in New York and Toronto and a team of more than a hundred creatives and professionals, we design buildings, interiors, landscapes, lighting, furniture, objects, and graphics with a focus that goes well beyond what things look like, to how they make people feel.

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Surf | Coffee Table

Design Yabu Pushelberg

Canadians George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg, designed the Surf, an elegant little “dumb waiter” table, matching the eponymous table. Marble base and wooden top, plus a small handle for portability. The ideal companion of all sofas thanks to his essential and unique design.

  • Made in Italy
  • Top finish in Matt lacquered anthracite
  • Base finish in Black marquina marble
  • Structure finish in Pewter colour
  • Dimensions: 
SKU: STA1-AT-MNM-PT
$2,205.00
Excluding taxes, assembly and delivery

This is a Made-to-Order item, available in 18 weeks.

Create your customized item with our configurator:

tructure
Steel painted pewter.

Shelf
Chipboard panel covered in wood veneer with melamine facing, shaved and painted with anthracite matt lacquer.

Counterweight on the ground
Black marquina marble.

MAINTENANCE OF WOOD AND/OR PAINTED PARTS
For ordinary maintenance purposes, use a soft and dry cloth to remove dust. For greasy-oily dirt (fingerprints), we suggest treating surfaces with alcohol diluted in water, and immediately drying them with a soft cloth. It is best to avoid products containing acetone, chlorine and solvents, abrasive products, furniture wax and cloths with rigid fibres (linen and synthetic fabrics), which could ruin and/or scratch the surfaces. All these operations must be carried out with the utmost attention and without applying excessive pressure. Exposure to direct sunlight may damage the colour of the wood.

MARBLE TOP MAINTENANCE
For normal maintenance, like removing dust and dry residue, use a soft cloth. For more tenacious dry dirt (dust that has penetrated into the pores), we suggest using a compact/spongy cloth, slightly dampened with warm water and well-wrung, following the grain of the top without applying excessive pressure. For greasy or oily dirt (fingerprints), we suggest treating the surfaces with a sponge, wet with water and dish washing liquid, and then cleaning the surfaces as described above. It is best to avoid products containing solvents and/or alcohol, or cloths with rigid fibres (linen and synthetic fabrics), which could ruin the paintwork. Given the type of treatment, it is important to remove stains as soon as possible, as described above.

W 17 3/4” D 16 3/4” H 22”

George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg founded our studio in 1980 with an emphasis on interior design and have since expanded our firm into a multidisciplinary practice that addresses multiple layers of human experience. With offices in New York and Toronto and a team of more than a hundred creatives and professionals, we design buildings, interiors, landscapes, lighting, furniture, objects, and graphics with a focus that goes well beyond what things look like, to how they make people feel.

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