Domenico Sandri and Umberto Tubini extendable table

Sandri, Domenico and Umberto Tubini
Dining tables

An extendable round dining table, designed by Italian architects Domenico Sandri (1928 - 1990) and Umberto Tubini (1931) in 1966. It was produced by Properzio Contin, Thiene, Italy. The table is made of wood with a walnut veneer and stands on a turned steel base.

The table can be extended by placing the roll-up element, made of felt covered wood slats, between the two parts. It can also be divided and used as two console tables.

When extended, the table is 190 cm wide.


  • 6834
  • Price on request
  • 27.2 In / 69.0 cm
  • 52.8 In / 134.0 cm

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