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Hexagonal tray Territoire


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Hexagonal tray Territoire


  • Hexagonal tray in 18/10 stainless steel.

    Height (cm):  1.50
    Length (cm):  46.00
    Width (cm):  43.30
Design Matali Crasset
  • Matali Crasset

    matali crasset, born in 1965, is by training an industrial designer,. After her initial experience with Denis Santachiara Italy and with Philippe Starck in France, she set up her own studio in Paris,......

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    The delivery of the products purchased on takes place within 48 working hours in Italy and 3-5 working days for all other Countries.

    Delivery times may incur delays during: stock-taking (first week of January) or in extraordinary circumstances; during holiday periods: for example but not limited to Christmas, Summer Bank Holiday and National Holidays (e.g. April 25 in Italy, July 14 in France, etc.); events beyond the control of those involved in the distribution chain, such as natural disasters, road blocks due to strikes, events, car accidents, visits by public figures, and so on.

    Couriers do not deliver on holidays and pre-holidays or national holidays (for example but not limited to Christmas, Summer Bank Holiday, April 25 in Italy, July 14 in France, etc.)

    An extra working day, compared to the above terms, is required for orders paid for by credit card to allow for standard administration procedures.

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    If you are not satisfied with your purchase, you have 60 days from the date you receive your order in which to return the purchased products.

Geometric lines and surfaces for an original composition
matali crasset has designed the hexagonal-shaped tray “Territoire”, made of 18/10 polished steel and coloured steel with epoxy varnish: “Yellow sand”. “Territoire” can be paired together with pentagon-shaped version “Territoire intime”, creating a composition of lines and geometric surfaces, further enhanced by the option of juxtaposing the steel version with the coloured ones. The central themes of matali crasset continually evolving exploration reflect on new ways of living, on the proper use of available space and its related new typologies, on modularity, appropriation and flexibility and on a very personal use of colour.