The table Athos ’12 designed by Paolo Piva for B&B italia has two lengths, both in the fixed and extendable version, that can seat up to twelve people by exploiting a concealed mechanism. The v-shaped metal frame supports a thick top that is softened by rounded edges created with a complex milling procedure that maintains a uniform grain on the entire surface. In addition to this recent solution, a version of athos is also available with the original features that were essential to its creation and which has made it a bestseller among tables: structural frames that highlight the ends of the tabletops, joined by a crosspiece at floor level. However, both models are equipped with a system for lengthening the tabletop.
veneered wood particles panel
Fixed tables frame
Extensible tables frame
anodized aluminium extrusions, plastic material tools