Fidelio Console Table by Roberto Lazzeroni for Poltrona Frau contrasts a remarkable visual lightness with a rich palette of material combinations to strike a balance that is ideal for the contemporary living room.
Formal simplicity and refined details are the particular hallmarks of the Fidelio series. In fact, the console table joins the low cabinet, the chest of drawers, the side tables, the lamp, and all of the other pieces in the collection, notable for functional details which become highly distinctive aesthetic elements.
- Base made of solid ash wood with a characteristic triangular section. The tables are fitted with protective felt pads. Available finishes:
- Ash in a wenge stain (32)
- Ash in a moka stain (61)
- Top-base junction. Anchoring plate and spacers in steel with a painted brass finish.
- Top made of birch plywood. Available in:
- Saddle Extra (except the ø120 h 30 and ø 90 h 30). In Saddle Extra leather, while the lower part is upholstered in Pelle Frau® matched with the tabletop.
- Marble (except the 45×35 h 55 and ø45 h 49). The underside is reinforced with a technical mesh that ensures surface resistance to bending, breakage, and impact. In the ø 90 and ø 120 cm versions, the top is reinforced by a black-painted MDF scratchproof under-top support.
- Brilliant Calacatta gold marble treated with a transparent polyester finish which makes the surface more resistant, preventing it from absorbing liquids.
- Semi-brilliant Calacatta gold marble treated with a protective water-repellent solution which gives it a more natural look.
- Emperador Marble treated with a protective transparent polyester finish which makes the surface more resistant, preventing it from absorbing liquids.
About Poltrona Frau
Known for its virtuosity with leather, Poltrona Frau represents a blend of expert craftsmanship, sustainability, and sartorial savoir-faire. Founder Lorenzo Frau founded the company in Turin in 1912 after seeing Chesterfield sofas in England and imagining their success in Italy. In less than two decades, Poltrona Frau was furnishing the most important interiors in Italy, including the residences of the Italian Royal Family.