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Rigorously clean-lined, the Plein Air outdoor dining table by Michael Anastassiades makes a simple yet captivating statement in any setting. 

The table’s perfectly proportioned legs have a subtle curve, which gives them weight without compromising the graceful silhouette. To maintain its linear aesthetic, the legs meet the frame of the surface at a complex angle without visible joints. Intended for outdoor use, its refined design is equally at home indoors. 

Available in four sizes (mazing out at 280 centimetres in length), Plein Air’s frame is made from aluminum in two finishes – moody Smoke and the lighter Milk – while the ceramic-slab surface can be Graphite or Clay; both components are comprised of at least 40 per cent recycled materials.

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