Salone del Mobile is the number 1 fair in attracting people from all over the world. “That’s why we choose this fair to present our novelties,” explains Dirk Wynants, owner and head designer of Extremis. Watch the recap of the fair in the video or browse through the pictures to get a sense of the buzzing vibe.
This was Salone del Mobile
A novelty: the Bistroo table
Enjoy a continental breakfast or delicious hors d’oeuvres at the Bistroo table. The specially designed hole in the table is the ideal place for the garçon to leave a tray of herbs and condiments. No need to worry about your fork falling through the slats of rickety tables.
“Stackable #Bistroo, that's so clever.”
Stack and lock away
The Bistroo remains perfectly stable on an outdoor terrace thanks to its three cleverly-positioned legs. The fact that this ingenious new concept is quick to stack and lock away is another great benefit.
"The most fun, relaxing and original booth @isaloniofficial was @extremisBistroo. Almost made me forget I was at a fair and still had some miles to go.”
The Acacia parasol
To keep you protected from the sun at any hour of the day, we also launched the Acacia parasol. You can direct this eccentric parasol towards the sun so that it can create as much shade as a larger parasol, despite its relatively small surface area. Instead of closing it, simply take off the canopy and put it away. You will be left with a sculpture inspired by the branches of the African Acacia. When the sun goes down, the integrated lighting beneath the parasol canopy creates a warm ambiance.
The last new piece: Tiki bar stool
Another new piece for this year is the Tiki. A surprisingly simple, pared-down bar stool, ideal for outdoor use, with a foot rest that gives you unlimited freedom of movement.