Ikon Drive Dining Table by Cattelan Italia

The Ikon Drive dining table designed by Philip Jackson is setting a new standard for modern, urban living spaces. This innovative showpiece combines wood, glass and metal to create a stunning table that will enhance any dining room with unmatched sophistication. The unique base is made of extra clear tempered glass, with a decorative beam that comes in graphite or walnut. The solid walnut top comes in three fixed sizes for the Ikon table, and the Ikon Drive comes in two extendable sizes. The gorgeous walnut top has natural edges that only add beauty and detail to this amazing table. Manufactured By Cattelan Italia.

Dimensions (inches)

79-118 x 43 x 29.5
94-134 x 47 x 29.5

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