Slide Extension Table
Note: This product is no longer available.
Design by Roberto Giacomucci.
Made in Italy by FIAM.
Slide the Slide Dining Table to the side for 'more table'. This extension table features an aluminum structure in lacquered White, Red or Black. The aluminum sliding guide mechanism allows the table to expand with 16" leaves in a simple gliding motion that takes mere seconds. The 10 mm-thick glass top is available 2 widths in Red with Gray extensions, Black with Gray extensions, or Extralight White back-stained with White extensions.
This item is Made to Order. As such, orders cannot be canceled or returned once order production has begun.
Includes Free White Glove Delivery service.
Material(s): Glass, aluminum
- Model 10692: 38.2-53.9"W X 35.4"D X 29.5"H; Weight: 99.2 lbs.
- Model 10690: 57.9-89.4"W X 35.4"D X 29.5"H; Weight: 136.7 lbs.
- Load Capacity: 330 lbs.
Designer: Roberto Giacomucci
Roberto Giacomucci is an architect, living and working in Ancona, Italy. He designs and works as an art director for various Italian companies - including Guzzini, Livi't, Con&Con, Confalonieri, Emporium, R.S.V.P, Invicta and Magppie - in the fields of furniture, lighting and bathroom. Giacomucci is the creator and editor of the quarterly Oblique design "quarterly connection between companies and designers", and he is curator of the monthly column "design community" for the magazine DDN/Design Diffusion News.View other products by Roberto Giacomucci
Born from one man’s passion for glass in 1973, Fiam became Vittorio Livi’s dream come true and introduction into the fine work of furniture designing. From a young age, Livi appreciated the fine and complex qualities that came with using glass as a medium; solid and fragile, natural and artificial, ancient and industrial, glass was quite the mélange of seeming contradictions. With its vast potential, Livi’s creative mind took his passion for such unique material and used it to drive Fiam’s designs to develop and produce pieces through a mix of high quality craftsmanship and industrial processes.
Fiam sees a designer's willingness to take risks with shapes as a welcoming challenge to the technical expertise of the craftsman. Similarly to the designers, Fiam’s craftsmen are considered important as each product is precisely crafted and finished at the hands of skilled individuals who are capable of predicting, quantifying, controlling, and finding the best alternatives to ever case. However, the aide of research and innovative technology is not without mention. With the assistance of state of the art machinery, glass can be further perfected and adjusted under the prowess of the master craftsman in order to make the vision of the designers come true and produce the fine products you see today.View other products from FIAM