Emea Bistrot Table

- Design by Jean Louis Iratzoki
The Emea bistrot table has a central metal leg covered in solid oak. The top can be round or square, available in several sizes.

Product Story

Solid Knowledge
Archetypical chair. Emea makes use of the ALKI workers knowledge in machining, precision and assembly. When creating EMEA, the idea was to address the characteristics of solid wood. So the items in the collection were created in order to work the block of wood as if it were a sculpture. The collection has become a classic over the last few years, and to a certain extent is pointing the way forward for the company.

Product variants

Leg Covered in Oak:
H 760 x L 700 x W 700 mm
H 900 x L 700 x W 700 mm
H 1080 x L 700 x W 700 mm
Metal leg:
H 760 x L 700 x W 700 mm
H 900 x L 700 x W 700 mm
H 1080 x L 700 x W 700 mm
Round table:
H 760 x Ø 900 mm
H 900 x Ø 900 mm
H 1080 x Ø 900 mm

Spaces with Emea Bistrot Table

  • La Mère Brazier Restaurant, Lyon - France
    Photos: Mito

  • Promulins Sport and Leisure Centre, Samedan - Switzerland
    Architect:  Mierta & Kurt Lazzarini
    Photos: Ralph Feiner

  • Le Bon Coin Restaurant, Baiona - Basque Country
    Architect: Dalga Decori
    Photos: Mito

The designer Jean Louis Iratzoki:

Ever since he opened his own workshop in 1998, Jean Louis Iratzoki has been committed to the creation of articles impregnated with an emotional value, where the respect for nature, character and restraint give form to a contemporary but simultaneously authentic product. A philosophy which has garnered diverse European awards.

More information: iratzoki-lizaso.com