Design: Alain Gilles
Alain Gilles has named the new Bonaldo table “Gap”, which is another word for opening or space. This is a significant choice of name for a designer who truly enjoys interpreting static objects and giving them a dynamic appearance and a styling personality all of their own.
The distinguishing feature of Gap lies in the legs, which consist of two metal blades that gradually open out upwards. Looking at them from a different perspective, the legs have a different appearance and even look to the observer as if they are a single, thin line. The table is therefore never the same.
On the whole, the table is extremely discreet, specifically to emphasise the leg design as much as possible: the metal frame that supports the table top is concealed by the top itself, making the silhouette of Gap as simple and architecturally appealing as possible.
Natural polished oa
Heat-treated polished oak
Natural polished oak
Anthracite grey polished oak
Acid-treated anthracite grey
Extra-light acid treated white
200 x 100 x h 75 cm (top width 99 cm only for crystal)
250 x 100 x h 75 cm
300 x 108 x h 75 cm
300 x 100 x h 75 cm
240 x 120 x h 75 cm
300 x 120 x h 75 cm
200 x 100 x h 75 cm Special Top
250 x 110 x h 75 cm Special Top
300 x 120 x h 75 cm Special Top
200 x 100 x h 75 cm Octagonal
250 x 110 x h 75 cm Octagonal