Table with Central Leg

Stratos wooden dining table with central metal crossed plinth by Cattelan. Also available in CrystalArt glass or Keramik stone

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From €4,069.68


Stratos is a wooden dining table with central metal crossed plinth by Cattelan; legs are available in black, graphite, bronze or titanium embossed metal and the top is available rectangular or shaped. The top is available in CrystalArt glass, Keramik stone in several marble-like finishes, or wood veneer in Canaletto walnut, natural oak, burnt oak or heritage. The wooden top is available with oblique, bevelled or irregular edges in solid wood, for a unique and original look. The Keramik stone top can also be featured with an elegant rounded lower profile made of metal.
Stratos has a strong character, perfect for a classy yet original dining room.

modern design with crossed structure which creates a dynamic effect
hand-crafted details on the wooden top available in various finishes
Keramik stone tops available in various shades with marble look
CrystalArt glass top with decorative pattern in two colours

Table Height: cm 75
Top Thickness:
- wood veneer: cm 4 / 5
- CrystalArt glass: cm 1,2
- Keramik stone: cm 1,8
- Keramik stone with lower rounded profile: cm 5 / 6

Materials and Finishes
- wood veneer
- Keramik stone
- crystal glass
- embossed painted steel

Technical study

Specific Model and Measurements
Rectangular wooden shaped top: veneer MDF with thickness cm 4 with bevelled borders painted in matt graphite.
Wooden top with tilted edge: veneer MDF with thickness cm 4 in the measurements cm 200 x 100; the other two measurements come with a thickness of cm 5.
Wooden top with irregular edge: veneer MDF with thickness cm 4.
Stone top: thickness cm 1,8 (transparent glass with thickness cm 1,2 combined with laminate porcelain with thickness cm 0,6).
Thickness cm 5 for 200 x 120 and 240 x 120 cm top with a lower rounded edge. Thickness cm 6 for top 300 x 128 cm with a lower rounded edge.

For more information...
Heritage Oak: Oak is a great example of a recovered material and "no deforestation" policy. The beams used for this wood come from Oakwood structures belonging to old houses, stables, labs and factories which have been completely demolished, the biggest part comes from Central or Eastern Europe.

Heritage Oak products are crafted through the veneer technique, obtained by cutting selected beams after the removal of nails and other iron-based elements.

Each lot of beams is different from the other because each one of it has a different story and a different state of preservation. The previous "life" of these beams makes the "black patina" a feature of the wood cracks; moreover, the places where the nails used to be also present oxide.

Keramik Stone: The tops made of Keramik stone are manufactured with a special ceramic with a stone effect that shows shades similar to Calacatta stones (a marble characterised by soft grey, yellow- gold, or brown-pink veining); Alabaster (a rock similar to marble with shades that range from yellow to grey up to amber red) or Slate ( a grey-black rock). The lower part of the top is made of bevelled clear glass that appears black after a process of glueing. To clean the top, we suggest using delicate liquid detergents that need to be removed with a wet sponge. If spots and rings may occur, we suggest rubbing the top with a water and baking soda solution, let such a solution have an effect for a few minutes and then wipe it with a wet sponge. Being a porous natural material, it is important to wipe dirt off in order to avoid that some substances penetrate the top.

Glass: the top stands on the base by itself, the scratch-resistant degree of the mirrored surface can be compared to the one of a normal glass top. Small marks and incisions caused by everyday use can be made more visible due to the reflecting effect of the light and can not be considered manufacturing anomalies. In order to clean the top we recommend not to use abrasive materials that can permanently ruin the surface; only use a soft cloth with alcohol.

Bevelling: it is a processing performed on mirrors, glasses and crystals in order to finish them and smooth the edges; through this process, it is possible to create a perimeter band with a width varying from 10 to 40 mm and with an angle inferior to the standard 90 ° (usually 7°) one. It is a very delicate and valuable process applied to precious mirrors and tops.

CrystalArt: it's a tempered and bevelled clear glass, decorated with a printed pattern on the back of the glass, this decoration is applied during the tempering phases of the manufacturing process. The pattern is always the same but the effect changes according to the size of the top.


Additional Information

Paolo Cattelan - Studio Kronos
Area of Production
Assembling Instructions
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Seat Number
The seats schemes show the maximum seat number: the actual number depends on the seat width. The Customer Care staff is at your disposal for further information.
Number of Packages
from 177 to 349 kg
Cubic Metres
from 0,87 to 1,50 m³
Other Products from the same Collection
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Partner Factory

This item is the result of the great creative energy of Cattelan Italia, a company from Veneto region, founded in 1979. The initial manufacturing focused on small marble furniture accessories and tables designed for the foreign market. In the 80s the interest of the national market for these refined products increases, encouraging the company to widen its offer of dining tables, chairs, bookcases and accessories for sitting and living rooms.

The house is the symbol of the things most dear to you – Giorgio Cattelan loves to say – a world were you are surrounded by items comforting in both shape and essence. Because for me what is beautiful has to be functional too”. For more than thirty years this brand furnishes both modern and classic houses, while constantly widening the offered items. In 2011 Cattelan assimilate ARKETIPO, a renown company from Florence famous all over the world for the production of design upholstered items.

The company is today present in more than 150 countries worldwide. Cattelan Italia attends every year to national and international furniture fairs, such as Milan's International Furniture Fair, Cologne IMM Expo, the Maison et Objet in Paris.

Their headquarters is developed on 33.000 square metres, a breeding ground of creative minds collaborating with renowned architects and designers.


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