Variable: many of the tables have one or several moving elements for convenient adjustment. Shown here: the “Adler” model in combination with “Nobile Soft” chairs
The three solid, unusually patterned stone slabs appear to be weightless as they move effortlessly apart before joining up to form a large dining table. The sophisticated technology of the extension mechanism and unique natural stone slabs embody the striking features typical of Draenert’s furniture. The company specialises in the production of dining and coffee tables, as well as matching seating furniture. And it was a stone that got the company started. Back in 1968 Dr. Peter Draenert, then still a student of philosophy, art history and German studies, created his first table as a way of saving money – using a 180 million-year-old slab of Swabian oil shale that he had stumbled across in a barn. (by Atrium)
You can see, we’ve left no stone unturned in our search for new products and developments during this year’s Milan fair. Have a look at the 8th part of our video reportages. Amongst others it will show you some remarkable extendable table systems by Draenert and Fiam, an introduction of the new chair by Fabio Novembre for Casamania and a short interview with Shin Azumi.
With ‘Levante’ the Italian designer Gino Carollo has achieved to design an extremely functional coffee table for the German manufacturer Draenert – its glass bow shape is consequent logical and full of grace. Due to the easy handling the Levante can be quickly positioned where it is needed.
'Figura' by Stephan Veit for Draenert
Also for Draenert the German designer Stephan Veit developed the solid wooden side table series ‘Figura’. With different diameters and heights the designer has converted the ideal proportion harmonic.
The inserted glass plate can be supplied clear or lacquered underside in all RAL/NCS or Sikkens-shades. Other solid wood types on request.
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