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Royal Botania Zidiz Table Collection

Royal Botania Zidiz Table Collection

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royal botania
Starting at: $1,039.00 USD
$1,039.00 USD

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When the Zidiz stackable chairs are placed around the matching Zidiz table, framed with either a smoothly curved table top, you will find the combination sublime. MORE INFO

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  • ZDZ 320 Extendable Table
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When the Zidiz stackable chairs are placed around the matching Zidiz table, framed with either a smoothly curved table top, you will find the combination sublime.

MEASUREMENTS:

ZDZ 50 Side Table:

  • Height: 14.1 inch
  • Width: 19.6 inch
  • Length: 19.6 inch

ZDZ 130 Round Table:

  • Height: 29.5 inch
  • Diameter: ⌀ 51.1 inch

ZDZ 150T Low Table:

  • Height: 14.1 inch
  • Width: 35.4 inch
  • Length: 59 inch

ZDZ 220 Table:

  • Height: 29.5 inch
  • Width: 47.2 inch
  • Length: 86.6 inch

ZDZ 300 Table:

  • Height: 29.7 inch
  • Width: 47.2 inch
  • Length: 118.1 inch

ZDZ 320 Extendable Table:

  • Height: 29.7 inch
  • Width: 47.2 inch
  • Length: 86.6 - 125.9 inch
Brand
Royal Botania

Outdoor luxury says it all! Situated in Antwerp Belgium, Royal Botania manufactures outdoor furniture collections designed to be the absolute best. The name alludes to both the natural beauty of lush botanical gardens and the matching supreme “royal class” furniture they create. Initially the focus of Royal Botania was to fuse superb quality and refreshing designs made out of teak wood. Quickly the company became internationally synonymous for quality and design. The reputation and brand name gained worldwide recognition. They soon expanded and introduced lines made of new materials such as stainless steel, aluminum, and synthetic fibers. When it comes to the materials, only the very best is good enough. Royal Botania’s products are sold worldwide and must therefore be as resistant to the desert heat in Dubai as it is to the tough Canadian winters or the high UV-exposure under the Australian summer-sun.

Designer
Royal Botania Zidiz Table Collection Designed by:
  • Kris Van Puyvelde
Kris Van Puyvelde

Kris Van Puyvelde

Belgium

Kris Van Puyvelde and Frank Boschman met for the first time in University, while studying to become engineers in Anverse, Belgium. Years later, in 1992, they met again, both with the desire to start their own business.

Together they wanted to start importing outdoor furniture in teak wood from Indonesia, but soon realized that the products were poor in quality and were manufactured only in colonial style.

They decided to create better designs and raise the quality of the furniture. Within days, the company was born and named Royal Botania, an allusion to both the natural beauty of lush botanical gardens and the supreme luxury furniture they were about to create.

Soon, the company has become internationally known and synonymous of quality and luxury design worldwide. This success has opened the way to new collections of furniture and outdoor lighting as well as bathroom furniture. In line with the growth of the team, new materials such as stainless steel, aluminum and synthetic fibers were introduced.

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