Designed by Luciano Mandelli, the simplicity of the Biarritz Auxiliar Table brings the combination of the aluminum structure and Tidelli eucalyptus wood top into a sustainable and climate-resistant furniture, ideal for outdoor living spaces.
Aluminum offers infinite possibilities - infinite shapes and colors to literally shape and color your outdoor lifestyle. As a matter of fact, aluminum provides structure for more than 80% of Tidelli furniture. And with a monthly consumption of 15 tons, Tidelli is the largest aluminum processor in Bahia, Brazil.
To keep the color and finish of your aluminum, apply automotive wax on the metallic structure every 90 days. Do not use scrub pads nor pressure cleaners to treat your Tidelli furniture.
Plastic tips that isolate the furniture feet from the floor may suffer wear and tear depending on their use. Maintaining and replacing the protective feet (when necessary) will enhance the durability of your furniture.
Eucalyptus Wood is used for the structure of selected Tidelli furniture, from armchairs to table tops. A team of 40 carpenters works solely with recycled wood from demolition or reforestation projects. Handmade craftsmanship upcycles raw materials. Wood that is not only sustainable but also unique. Adding personality to these one-of-a-kind products.
Wood being a natural material, it may change color or even crack due to humidity levels or sudden changes in temperature. When left outdoors, wood undergoes a natural process of oxidation. To maintain and restore the original appearance of your Madeira wood Tidelli furniture, reapply varnish. We recommend purchasing directly from our resellers according to the tone of your furniture, in order to maintain the original appearance.
Ask a Tidelli consultant what is the right product to use. Depending on the location of use and its exposure to the sun, the wood may lose its original appearance between 6 to 24 months.
After 10 years working as a General Motors executive, in the areas of product development, marketing and logistics, Luciano Mandelli took over Tidelli’s industrial management along with the development of new products. Since this period, he has created several designs that compose the current collection of the company; as well, he has developed other projects with independent designers.