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Thu 13.9.

‘Scallop’ side table by Samuel Wilkinson for Versus (DK)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 13.09.2012 - Tagged as: , , , ,

‘Scallop’ side table by Samuel Wilkinson for Versus

Last year’s Brit Insurance Design of the Year Award winner Samuel Wilkinson has just realised this reduced, minimalist side table for Danish furniture manufacturer Versus. Featuring a barely visible, yet functional indentation designed to ‘help frame and organise objects like a magazines, books, keys or a phone’, the visually light ‘Scallop’ is available in two heights.

‘Scallop’ side table by Samuel Wilkinson for Versus

More about the table:

 

‘The inspiration for Scallop derives from observations of objects that are grouped on low tables.Each of the variations includes a recessed area to help frame and organise objects like a magazines, books, keys or a phone. This sunken area provides also provides a border to keep smaller objects from falling off onto the floor. The uniquely v-shaped tubular legs give balance and lightness while still complementing the soft edged plateau top. The name Scallop means ‘To edge with a series of curved projections.’

‘Scallop’ side table by Samuel Wilkinson for Versus

‘Scallop’ side table by Samuel Wilkinson for Versus

‘Scallop’ side table by Samuel Wilkinson for Versus

to Samuel Wilkinson’s website

 

to the Versus website

 

read Architonic’s interview with Samuel Wilkinson