ProductsMillepiedi Circular Bench

Designer

Parisotto Formenton 1400BW

Parisotto + Formenton

Aldo Parisotto (born in 1962 in Monselice) and Massimo Formenton (born in 1964 in Padua)  took a degree in architecture at the IUA...

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Millepiedi Circular Bench

True

Millepiedi is a complete seating system characterised by a modern and minimal design and develops a concept of functionality and flexibility for a wide range of uses.

Available in a cool range of colours and finishes with feature timber detailing on all seats and outside backrests.

Millepiedi can be used to create a multitude of shapes and configurations. 

In this example we are showing the 5 segment Circular Bench with optional tables.

For more information on this product please contact your nearest P4 showroom.

Melbourne 1300 888 434 | Sydney 02 8399 1300 | Brisbane 07 3852 1300



Despatch lead time: 10 - 14 Weeks (Indent)

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Upholstery Options

As this is a fully imported product it is only available in a selected range of European fabrics and finishes.  

Project Price Guide shown above includes upholstery from True's 'Category F' collection including Camira 'Blazer'. Please see downloads below to view the complete finishes list or contact us for more information on available finishes and fabrics.

Specifications

Depth - Overall
1560 mm
Height - Overall
400 mm
Width - Overall
1560 mm

Product Code
78/MP-5P0R
Country of Origin
Italy

Warranty

5 Year Structural

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Downloads

Brochure
Specification Sheet
CAD - 2D
CAD - 3D
True | Colour Chart | Textiles

Timber Seat Support & Table Finish

Natural Oak5
Natural Oak
Custom Stain 2
Custom - Stain (P.O.A)

Metal Frame Finish

Black RAL 9006
Black RAL 9005
Blue RAL 5008
Blue RAL 5008
Cement Grey RAL 7033
Cement Grey RAL 7033
Green RAL 6028
Green RAL 6028
Red RAL 3016
Red RAL 3016
Silk Grey RAL 7044
Silk Grey RAL 7044
White RAL 9010
White RAL 9010
Custom PC8
Custom Powder Coat (P.O.A.)

Designer

Parisotto Formenton 1400BW

Parisotto + Formenton

Aldo Parisotto (born in 1962 in Monselice) and Massimo Formenton (born in 1964 in Padua)  took a degree in architecture at the IUA...

Read more.

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