Materials

Anodized aluminium

Anodized

Polyethylene

9016 White

7038 Agate grey

1019 Sand

7033 Cement grey

7006 Bronze

7031 Blue grey

7043 Anthracite

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Na Xemena Pada Low table 42

NA XEMENA marked a turning point in the world of outdoor furniture. It created a purely Mediterranean life style characterized by the enjoyment of indoor and outdoor spaces.

 

Each of the pieces in the NA XEMENA collection is an extension of the architecture of the house in Ibiza where they were born.

 

The NA XEMENA Pada low table 42 is part of the collection. Its name comes from Cala Pada, a paradise of white sand and crystal waters on the east of Ibiza. The materials it is made from speak about its Mediterranean character: anodized or thermo-lacquered aluminium and 100% recyclable polyethylene.

 

More than just an outdoor table…

 

The NA XEMENA Pada low table 42 is a design by Ramón Esteve for GANDIABLASCO.


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Sizes (HxhxL)

42x42x43 cm

17x17x17 inch

Materials

Anodized or thermo-lacquered aluminium

100% recyclable polyethylene

About Ramón Esteve

Ramón Esteve graduated as an architect from the Superior Technical School of Architecture in Madrid in 1990.
He started an independent career in his own studio the same year, alternating between architecture and experience in various related fields. With the setting up of the Stand for the Home Textile Fair in 1992, he began his working relationship with Gandia Blasco. Fruit of this productive relationship were the stands set up between 1992-1997, the showroom that the company has in its installations, several collections of woollen rugs, fringes and borders for carpets, fabrics, bedspreads and finally the furniture collection NA XEMENA. At the same time, in 1996 he created, together with other partners including GANDIA BLASCO the society Babia Mobles.

For Babia, Ramón has created a collection of occasional wooden furniture: tables, trolleys, consoles, accessories etc. The furniture that this architect designs continues the balance that suffuses all his work. The materials used, as well as the technical execution, offer a rational image together with a perfect industrial design for the large-scale manufacture of the product. The architect focuses above all in making sure that each design is essential, arriving at the final shape by means of synthesis, not simplification, discarding any formal or unnecessary excess.

The results are fundamentally simple, austere pieces, but with an intrinsic value which makes them exclusive. These furniture collections are presented as an alternative to the analogous products found on the market, with a more competitive price. Some of his most outstanding work in the world of industrial design has appeared in various specialist publications.

www.ramonesteve.com

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