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APIAN Dining Table

In partnership with: Calligaris

With its elegant proportions, the APIAN dining table is the expression of a careful design approach and uniquely crafted materials.

At its core, Calligaris reflects a design approach intersecting elegance and functionality. The Italian brand’s modern furniture collection boasts innovative design and essential comfort; and after nearly 100 years, Calligaris continues to champion its ethos of innovation by experimenting with new materials and finishes. The APIAN dining table designed in collaboration with Bernhardt & Vella embodies this legacy with a striking silhouette, high-grade stone and convenient size versatility.

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Thanks to a concealed mechanism, the APIAN’s sleek tabletop can be extended to a length of up to three meters. At full extension or closed, the metal frame of this dining table maintains its sturdy and streamlined appearance. Whether you’re hosting a dinner party or welcoming some unexpected guests, the APIAN dining table easily transforms to accommodate up to 12 seats.

Inspired by the theme of metal sheets that bend and incline, the APIAN dining table’s legs exemplify a sculptural aesthetic hallmark to the brand, and add a touch of complexity.

APIAN dining table

The tabletop and extension is available in six ceramic-glass finishes to be paired with contrasting inner and outer metal leg shades. For any interior design project, APIAN has all the range needed to curate your space in a way that is truly unique, functional and visually interesting.

APIAN Dining Table

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