This pedestal table was first designed by Pierre Paulin in 1971 for the dining room of the Elysée Palace. Now offered in 5 versions, of between 2 and 5 tiers. Originally intended for a dining room, they could equally be used as occasional tables, sofa end tables, bedside tables...for any room in the house. Surface tops in bevelled MDF (diameter 19 ¾'' or 15 ¾''), linked with aluminum lacquered formed tubing. The entire piece is given a monochrome treatment, with the monogram of Pierre Paulin applied to the underside of the upper surface.
For the pedestal table with 3 surfaces, the upper surface may be in a contrasting color, to be chosen from the 4 options listed.