The Lungolinea Wood Edition

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The sleek glass ping pong table, now in a wood and alcantara version.

Located in Milan, Impatia reinvents classic gaming tables as design objects that look at home in the most sophisticated of interiors. The company celebrates the traditions of Italian design and craftsmanship with every product, offering a stylish take on gaming tables. Designed by Davide and Gabriele Adriano of Turin-based Adriano Design, the Lungolinea luxury ping pong table features a sleek glass build. The design transforms table tennis into a glamorous activity without compromising the fun of the beloved game. At the same time, the concept explores the use of glass in a product that can withstand intense activity without cracking under pressure.

Now, the Italian brand has launched a new version of the popular luxury ping pong table. The Lungolinea Wood Edition features the same distinctive design, but with warmer accents and intricate detailing. Made of ash wood, the legs boast a warm brown walnut finish. The alcantara net has a suede-like surface, bringing a beautiful texture to the smooth glass top. This version of the Lungolinea table also comes with polished metal and chrome-plated components. Customers who order Lungolinea Wood Edition also receive four professional rackets and six professional balls. This means that they can start playing a game of ping pong as soon as they assemble the table. Photographs© Impatia.

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