Place elliptic multi-use coffee to dining table anthracite

Multi-purpose elliptical transforming table.
Embossed black metal frame.
Anthracite ceramic top.

Gas mechanism.
Retractable wheels.

Dim. cm. 130/175 x 98. Height cm. 35/80.

Production time 7 weeks


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Multi-purpose elliptical transforming table.
Arter & Citton design.

Place is extendable and height-adjustabile.
The closed top measures cm. 130×98.
The extended top measures cm. 175×98.
The height is millimetre-adjustable from cm. 35 to cm. 80 by means of a practical gas mechanism.

The Place transformable table can be used comfortably as a standard dining table or as a coffee table.
Thanks to the presence of the extension, when closed it takes up little space.


The frame is in epoxy-coated metal in the “Embossed Black M20” colour.

The structure is equipped with retractable wheels.

The top and extension are made of “Pietra di Savoia Antracite K11” ceramic.


The table can be extensively customized.

The frame can be painted, optionally, in one of the following alternative colours:

  • M11 embossed graphite
  • M19 embossed bronze
  • M20 embossed black (as in the photos)
  • M24 embossed white

The top can be made in different types of ceramic, 20 colours are available, or in different wood veneer finishes (grey, tobacco, knotted or smoked oak and Canaletto walnut). See all the possibilities in the photos.

To choose the perfect transformable table for every need, please contact us at n. +393477960415 or e-mail us at


Place offers a space-saving solution in an extremely original and fun way.

Width (cm)

130 / 175

Height (cm)

35 / 80

Depth (cm)


Weight (Kg)


Volume (m³)



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Arter and Citton

The Studio Arter&Citton, founded in 1990, operates through a wide range of projects within several areas including architecture, design, interior design, nautical projects, communication and visual selling. A variety of experiences, intentionally conceived like a “homogenous mixture”, and not intended to target a specialised sector, yielded advantages and remarkable synergies. During time new areas of exploration became available, leading in turn to greater freedom in project development. In 1997 a new laboratory was established within existing facilities, named D.MOD, its function being to explore new opportunities within the disciplines of both Urban and Alternative design, which are now enriched by other figurative expressions, namely photography, painting and sculpture. The objective of the lab is experimentation with innovative shapes and contents, applicable to the various intended areas. The main target is represented by project elaboration and learning from new experiences and derived knowledge. In this content of research, the projects acquire new validity as alternatives to the common forms of interpretation.