Ballare means to dance in Italian, and the inspiration for the Ballare range was a dancer. This is evident from the lines of the chair that represent the dancer’s poise: proud and supple. The elegant, feminine curves help to give the chair its sculptural look. In Ballare, designer Jacob Berg has designed a range that breaks down the boundaries between indoor and outdoor furniture. The same amount of attention to detail and joints has gone into this range as you would expect for traditional indoor furniture, yet the styling has an aura of outdoor furniture. Jacob Berg has succeeded in his mission to break boundaries, as this beautiful teak furniture is used to an equal degree indoors and out. The Ballare range offers modern sitting comfort and is also stackable and easy to move. With its pull-out system, the Ballare table can soon be laid up for extra guests at impromptu gatherings, large or small. In short, Ballare is a range that is all about tradition and renewal. Ballare chair - Ballare features elegant, feminine curves and a sculptured expression. Perhaps this is why the chair is used just as much indoors as outdoors. The chair’s stacking feature is practical in both environments. Ballare table - The elegant, spacious table has a simple leaf system lets you lay the table for large and small parties, outdoors and indoors alike. The black rubber joint between the tabletop slats gives the table an elegant maritime style. Ballare table with Rubber Joint Filler - The elegant, spacious table has a simple leaf system lets you lay the table for large and small parties, outdoors and indoors alike. The black rubber joint between the tabletop slats gives the table an elegant maritime style. At the same time the rubber joint gives the tabletop an even surface that is excellent for indoor use.
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