Plein Air is the outdoor dining table, designed by Michael Anastassiades for Roda, with a contemporary style, characterized by bold geometries but with notes of roundness and softness: a product capable of transmitting rigor and, at the same time, lightness, in the combination of shapes, lines, materials and finishes that integrate with the surrounding environment. Plein Air is complexity made simple, in a seamless design, in which the pencil flows without stopping. The frame comes from a line that, starting from the leg of the table, rises to create an angle and then defines a rounded frame, with no visible joints, forming a characteristic drop-shaped detail. The structure, in the Smoke color or in the Milk shade, matches the top consisting of a single stoneware slab available in the two new variants Graphite and Clay to best enhance its airiness. Thanks to the use of aluminum (a material that can be recycled endlessly) and the choice of ceramics made with at least 40% recycled material and LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified, Plein Air is one of the Roda products that reflect ethics and corporate commitment to sustainable production. Plein Air is made in Italy, 100% outdoor and, even with the passage of time, does not require maintenance since the materials from which it is made do not change and alter over time.