The legs of the Oops table are made using a traditional casting technique, which gives each product the appeal and quality of a unique piece.

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The wooden leg prototype, created by a model maker, is placed in a mould full of soil. When resins are added, the soil solidifies around the model, creating a perfect leg shape.

After removing the wooden model, the casting operator makes pouring cones for manual pouring of liquid aluminium.

When the piece has cooled, it is removed from the mould and, the projecting pouring cones are removed by hand, as well as any other imperfections.

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Oops has no visible devices and keeps the same top profile when fully open.

All Kristalia extensible tables have this feature: they are exemplary when open or closed, without conveying any idea of transformation or precariousness.

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The extensions, housed in a central tray with minimised dimensions, move into position, thanks to folding flaps, equipped with oiled retractile pins: an unprecedented technical solution.

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