Neto Dining Table
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Neto Dining Table

Neto Dining Table
Rodolfo Dordoni
Indent (12 - 16 weeks)
Technical information:

Neto Dining Table

“Good design withstands the test of time”, this claim is even more likely to be true if the design element in question is made of a highly durable material.

Baydur® 60 structural polyurethane is just that; this synthetic is the material of choice by Minotti for the base of the Neto table, admittedly a ‘50s and ‘60s revival-inspired piece. The base of the table is like a tapered cup that gracefully ends at the floor.

Structural polyurethane, a lightweight but very strong material, provides an external surface that is perfectly smooth, offering full play to the lustrous glossy lacquered Pewter finish, exclusive shade developed by Minotti Studio. The top of the Neto table is available in round, square and rectangular shapes with beveled edges, and in multiple sizes.

Tops in matt palisander and glossy lacquered polyester, Moka oak and glossy lacquered Sand and Purple can be paired with the base in Baydur® 60 with glossy Pewter colored finish.

Base: molded structural polyurethane (BAYDUR® 60) with metal load-bearing structure and counterweight plate screwed onto the base.
Structure: available in a glossy white or Pewter-colored finish.
Top: two sheets of MDF glued together with a fixing plate inside to fix the top to the base.
Top finishes:
- 45 mm MDF sandwich, glossy Purple or Sand finish;
- 45 mm MDF sandwich composite matt palisander veneer;
- 45 mm MDF sandwich, composite palisander veneer with bright transparent polyester finish;
- 45 mm MDF sandwich, oak veneer with open-pore Moka lacquered finish;
Protective felt pads.
ATTENTION: Given the total weight it is recommended that maximum care be taken when positioning and moving the table (the Ø 70 base weighs 100 kg. while the Ø 90 base weighs 118 kg.). This weight was intentional to increase the stability of the table.

Product Designer

Rodolfo Dordoni

Rodolfo Dordoni


Born in Milan in 1954, Rodolfo Dordoni graduated in architecture in 1979. From 1979 until 1989 he was responsible for the art direction and company image co-ordination of Cappellini International. Rodolfo Dordoni has a vast repertoire in product design typologies, encompassing domestic / contract lamps and furniture, storage systems, kitchens, bathroom accessories, objects, carpets and electrica... More

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