Posts tagged as 'Coffee Table'
‘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…)
Hyde version of the ‘Float’ table by Luca Nichetto for La Chance; photo by Stanislas Wolff
Bold, inverted conical sphere seems to balance on its apex in Luca Nichetto‘s latest table design for the recently-launched French furniture brand La Chance. Aptly named ‘Float’, the seemingly simple, uncomplicated form of the table has been achieved thanks to the complex metal leaf turnery technology which is normally employed in aircraft production. Featuring a reflective, mirrored base, ‘Float’ is available in two colour versions: high-gloss Lamborghini yellow or sombre matte grey aluminium finish. The design was unveiled, along with La Chance’s debut ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ collection, during this year’s Salone del Mobile at MOST. (more…)
Lawson Coffee Table by egg collective
The Lawson Coffee Table balances hard geometric forms, with delicate proportions and simple materiality. The table top of bronze glass is based on a blackened steel frame.
Ionna Vautrin's sketch for 'Musette'
Known for her penchant for subtle, pared-down and frequently round or soft-cornered forms, French designer Ionna Vautrin has created this simple multifunctional table-cum-storage-cum-tray for the Danish manufacturer De Vorm. Presented earlier in April at De Vorm’s exhibition in Zona Tortona’s Via Novi 5, ‘Musette’ has been inspired by ‘the oriental tables which are used during the tea ceremony’. (more…)
'Torei' table collection by Luca Nichetto for Cassina
Inspired by the flexibility of use and reduced proportions of serving trays, the Venetian designer Luca Nichetto has developed this collection of small, elongated solid-wood tables for the Italian furniture manufacturer Cassina. Named after ‘a phonetic transposition of the Japanese word for “tray”’, ‘Torei’ can be arranged and grouped in multiple combinations or used individually, according to need. The elegant and multifunctional system was presented earlier last month during the Salone del Mobile fair. (more…)
'Bell' tables by Sebastian Herkner for ClassiCon
A young German designer Sebastian Herkner revisited the traditional glass blowing technique with this side and coffee table design called ‘Bell’. Composed of a hand-blown, jewel-coloured translucent base and a handcrafted, solid brass frame, the tables were presented by ClassiCon at this year’s edition of Milan’s Salone del Mobile fair. (more…)