In 2011, Ligne Roset is producing the pedestal table first designed by Pierre Paulin in 1971 for the dining room of the Elysée Palace. This is being offered in 2 versions (2 and 3 surfaces). These pedestal tables can, therefore, finally be put to work in the service of all the French... and everyone else. In their dining rooms, but also in any room in the house, for they could equally be used as dumbwaiters, occasional tables, sofa end tables, bedside tables... Tops in bevelled MDF (diameter 50 or 40), linked with aluminium lacquered formed tubing. The entire piece is given a monochrome treatment, with the monogram of Pierre Paulin applied to the underside of the upper surface. For the pedestal table with 3 surfaces, the upper surface may be in a contrasting colour, to be chosen from the 3 variants listed.