Distinguished by their design, the Pi & Up sidetables by Marc van der Voorn for Odesi have something extra to offer. Most other sidetables have a 40 x 40 cm tray, the Up adds an extra 20 cm (40 x 60 cm). The slightly larger tabletop of the Up gives you just that little extra space you need. Besides being a charming sidetable, Pi is also a magazine holder. You can stack your magazines on the legs and newspapers can be rolled up and stored through the legs. Read More…
This coffee table is just a graphical and light at the same time. The steel structure forms a volume with irregular lines direction that makes difficult to follow it with the eyes and makes it fascinating.
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Repeat by Belgian designer by Diane Steverlynck is a small table capable of fitting into any contemporary interior with a combination of advantages.
This piece of furniture associates two or three ash table tops and reinforces them, making it more modular. Sharing a foot, these inseparable table tops move and settle in any corner of your home.
This made-to-measure table in solid ash demonstrates a dedication to interdependent economy down to the smallest detail with the tops and feet joined by a single screw. This new basic with its essential design with pure material, shifts the typologies with a simple gesture to assert a new and functional look to the occasional table.
Table in Wonderland is a system of store display fittings created to showcase apparel and accessories. Designed by Fabrica designers Charlotte Juillard and David Raffoul, Table in Wonderland was especially created for the remodeled United Colors of Benetton Miami flagship store which debuted in December 2012 during Design Miami / Art Basel.
The custom furniture system, designed from modular shapes that fit together in various combinations, recalls the beachside cityscape and its Art Deco pastel-colored landmark buildings. Modular and flexible, the system offers a variety of personalized solutions, mixing forms, surfaces, and multicolored geometries, in line with the distinctive elements of the Benetton brand.
Quantum by Jason Philips is a dining table that interprets what the movement or path of subatomic particles might look like. Heavy gauge steel wire is hand-formed, then powder-coated black. This forms a pedestal base for a lacquered orange corian top.
The Portuguese designer Boca do Lobo has created this amazing luxurious table inspired by art deco period. The Newton Table inspired by the Newton law of gravity, reflects the sphere attraction as they were joined with their mass, force and energy.
The black wooden lacquered spheres arises from the ground to let appear the wood grain on the upper surface. The table comes in three different versions: gold plated brass spheres finished with high gloss varnish on the base and a top made by an amazing myrtle burl veneer , finished with a high gloss varnish.
The tables may be rotated to suit your space or separated and used individually. Lacquered in the purest white this is an elegant and multifunctional table. Venise is suitable outdoors however we recommend bringing it indoors during the wet winter months. Table top is also available in Corian. Read More…
The UP coffee table designed by Christopher Duffy for Duffy London works with the illusion of levitation and buoyancy. The coffee table a playful trompe l’oeil that gives the impression is a piece of glass is supported by small balloons. This table comes in limited edition of twenty, hand made in the UK, and designed without compromise to manufacturing processes, and so are extremely time consuming to create.
The Petal Coffee Table were designed by Richard Schultz and introduced by Knoll in Los Angeles in 1960. The tops on these tables are made of eight petals, which are mounted on a beautifully crafted cast aluminum spider. The Petal collection is a beautiful piece of timeless design that features an aluminum and stainless steel base and stem powder-coated in a variety of colors.
Magic Sode table by Studio Klass extends the traditional concept of the side-table to a flexible project for a variety of uses and spaces in the home.Thanks to a play of intersecting volumes, Magic offers three different shelves, accessible from each of its four sides, while it creates a pretty combination of nuances as the objects it contain shine through. Manufactured in 10 mm welded glass and available in various finishes: transparent glass structure and cube, extra light glass structure and opal white glass cube, extra light glass structure and smoked grey glass cube, smoked grey glass structure and Black95 glass cube.
The Swing Table by Duffy London is really a great invention. Instead of being sat down on a normal chair you’re perched which make it much pleasant and casual. At the same time what make this table really special is that every element of the table chair and lamp are integrated in a single module, which allows the swing table to be easily move.
The table structure of the new design by Shin Azummi called Aerial table consists of four identical legs that slot together to create a base. The table legs are aerial as a compass. Shin Azumi’s new designs will be shown at the 2012 London Design Festival. Read More…
Moooi Chess Table designeed by Front for Moooi, is a modern choice for an ancient game of champions. An internal steel frame is covered in lacquered wood, and a polished stainless steel branding plate underneath the table proves the table’s authenticity.
Garden Unique Bye Bye Wind table and chair solve almost to all the problems that you can find when you are organizing a dinner outside. With this table you can use plastic plates or glasses without having to worry that they will be blown away by the wind when they are empty, a pocket on the back of the chairs for storing accessories such as the eventual mobile notebook. Read More…
Created by Jake Phipps the spectacular Stellar Console Table looks like it would come straight from the galaxy. Designer Jake Phipps took his inspiration from the natural attributes of amethyst geodes. The smooth surface of the console contrasts to the turbulent seam of 900 individually sized and angled mirror sections running through it. Read More…
“The Fantasies of Charles” is a creation of Belgian designer Charles Kaisin. He hosted a dinner at this table during the Art Brussels Fair. The 36 people table surface is supported is supported by the trunks of trees whose branches reach the ceiling.
WM Series furniture are designe by New Zealand designer Tim Webber. The furnitures are made of metal and wood. The “WM series” can be described as a clean, stripped back aesthetic, with the simplicity of the forms and mixture of materials creating bold, striking items.
The works are an exploration of the relationship between some of the two most common materials used in furniture design – wood and metal. The idea was to see how they can contrast yet complement each other in a single piece of furniture or lighting.
Both materials hold quite different emotional responses that have been developed over time through people’s personal experiences with various objects. Wood typically holds a very warm, rich, natural feel, while steel is often described as cold, hard and unforgiving. However, when these two materials are mated together there seems be a harmony that forms in the juxtaposition of these two very different materials.
Fusion Tables has been created by young designer Matthew Robinson for his final project while studying furniture. Solid wood tables manufactured by hand in American Walnut and Maple. An almost cartoon-like appearance brings a sense of fun into an everyday piece of furniture. Read More…