Posts tagged as 'Coffee Table'
Coffee Tables in solid oak by Oliver Conrad
“R”, the rounded edge piece in Oliver Conrad’s CT series, is sawn from a log which is at least 180 years old then planed and sanded in the OC workshop. The CT R coffee table was launched by Conrad in 2000, but the iconic design is timeless. Location and room temperature will affect the piece and cause the typical cracks.
‘Puntada’ coffee table by Agustina Bottoni
Agustina Bottoni uses principles of geometry and stitching through pierced holes to create a strong structure supported by tension to hold up ‘Puntada’, a coffee table.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.01.2013 - Tagged as: Coffee Table, TJ O'Keefe, USA
‘Drift’ coffee table by TJ O’Keefe
American furniture and object design brand TJ O’Keefe’s Drift table combines a smooth, angled glass top with a base made of weatherworn boards.
Detail view of the ‘Brogue’ table by Bethan Gray for G&T
Featuring a distinctive brogue detailing with a serrated edge, this elegant three-legged table was designed by a Welsh-born Bethan Gray. The piece is composed of a solid wood base, which is available in either oak or walnut, and a circular, top-grain leather tabletop in tan or white. Produced by a recently-launched G&T brand – a collaborative project between Gray and furniture developer Thomas Turner – ‘Brogue’ comes in variety of sizes and heights. (more…)
‘Twist Stone’ table by Formstelle for Zeitraum
Munich-based design studio Formstelle have realised this collection of side and coffee tables for the German furniture brand Zeitraum. Developed in variety of woods such as oak, ash, American cherry, American walnut and European walnut, ‘Twist Stone’ series is characterised by simple, organically shaped, asymmetric tabletop which rests on delicate, inward-bent frame. (more…)
‘Byobu’ table by Nendo for Moroso
Known for their minimalist, pared down aesthetics, Oki Sato’s much-acclaimed Tokyo-based practice Nendo has realised this collection of geometrical glass tables for the Italian manufacturer Moroso. Inspired, and named after the traditional Japanese screen, ‘Byobu’ comprises one circular and one rectangular model, each of which is composed of a translucent glass tabletop supported by an asymmetrical frame in either black or white finish. (more…)
‘W3′ side table by Nicolai Gulliksen for Strek Collective
Young Norwegian designer Nicolai Gulliksen has realised this pared-down ‘W3′ side table for the Norwegian four-member Strek Collective. Made of hand-turned, solid ash wood, ‘W3′ was on view earlier this spring at Milan’s SaloneSatellite as well as during the ICFF fair in New York. (more…)
Close-up of ‘Rink’ side table by Eva Schildt for Klong; photo by Tom Martinesen
Stockholm-based Eva Schildt has designed this elegant, leather-trimmed side table for the Swedish manufacturer Klong. Called ‘Rink’, the oval table combines in its structure four different materials: steel, ash veneer, leather and brass. The table is available in three different sizes and two colourways: in either white or black with red-brown leather rim. (more…)