Materials

Dekton®

Zenith

Aura

Danae

Sirocco

Ventus

Kreta

Korus

Galema

Radium

Baltic

Domoos

Polyethylene

9016 White

7038 Agate grey

1019 Sand

7033 Cement grey

7006 Bronze

7031 Blue grey

7043 Anthracite

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Flat Bar table 180

“It inspires me to be able to design what becomes valued and used. The search for essentiality is an attitude, a way of being and understanding design. I feel comfortable with discreet shapes, thoughtful objects, well constructed and made with the essential parts to make them work.”
Mario Ruiz

 

The FLAT bar table 180 completes the collection. It is a structured designer bar table made with solid plates and solid and hollow aluminium profiles welded by manual processes, later powder-coated in the seven colours from the GANDIABLASCO catalog: bronze, anthracite, cement grey, agate grey, white, bluish-grey, and sand.

 

Long-lasting materials. The top of this outdoor bar table can be made of 100% recyclable polyethylene white slats or the ultra-compact Dekton® surface, available in different colours and finishes. Accompany this table with FLAT designer stools to create the unique atmosphere you want.

 

The FLAT bar table 180 is an original design by Mario Ruiz for GANDIABLASCO.


Awards

Wallpaper Design Awards

2008

Red Dot Design Award

2010

MD magazine

2011

Gallery

Sizes (HxhxL)

180x70x105 cm

71x28x41 inch

Materials

Thermo-lacquered welded aluminium

Dekton®

100% recyclable polyethylene

About Mario Ruiz

Born in 1965 in Alicante, Spain, designer Mario Ruiz graduated in Industrial Design from Barcelona’s prestigious Elisava Design School. He started his independent professional career in 1995 opening his own studio in Barcelona.

Siemens, Steelcase, Teknion Studio, Offecct, lapalma, Thomson, Arflex, Haworth, Grundig, Palau, GANDIABLASCO, Expormim, HBF, Metalarte, Joquer, B.lux... are among the many clients with whom Mario Ruiz has worked extensively. For some of these companies he not only undertakes projects directly related to their products in diferent fields (domestic and office furniture, lighting, textile design, product design) but also acts as creative director defining their product.

Mario Ruiz’s work has been shown in exhibitions throughout Europe and Japan and he has been acknowledged with more than 40 important awards. In 2016 he received the prestigious National Design Prize, given by the King of Spain, Felipe VI and the Ministry of Economy.

He is also the recipient of Delta de Plata prizes, awarded by Barcelona’s ADI-FAD (Association for Industrial Design). In Europe and the US, meanwhile, he has received plaudits from Red Dot, IF, Design Plus, and the Wallpaper Awards.

From 1992 until 2002, Mario Ruiz was Professor of Industrial Projects at the Eina and Elisava design schools in Barcelona. He has given numerous lectures in Tokyo, Singapore, New York, Dubai, London, and Chicago.

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Mario Ruiz

Designer

Shooting of the Flat collection

2010