Posts tagged as 'occasional table'
Detail view of the 'Picnic' side table by GamFratesi for Ligne Roset
Stine Gam and Enrico Fratesi, a duo architects behind the Copenhagen-based design studio GamFratesi have created this bold, black-stained ash side table whose form resembles that of a traditional sewing box or a picnic basket. Released this year by the French manufacturer Ligne Roset, the design encompasses a generous storage compartment located beneath the tabletop. (more…)
'Stack' occasional table by Nathan Yong for Living Divani
Following the ‘Bolle’ coffee table he designed for Living Divani in 2009, the Singapore-based designer Nathan Yong continues his collaboration with the Italian manufacturer who will present Yong’s latest product, an occasional stackable table, during next month’s edition of Milan’s Salone del Mobile. Aptly named ‘Stack’, the design is composed of set of three, differently-coloured natural wood tables which ‘ can be moved around and stacked according to one’s favourite configuration.’ (more…)
'V-Table' by Xavier Lust for Tacchini
Sheet metal is his material. With his sophisticated objects made of smartly folded sheet metal the Belgian designer Xavier Lust made his mark in the international design scene. For the Italian manufacturer Tacchini he designed this occasional table which meets, due to its simple but tricky three-leg base, the needs of large-scale production and distribution. ‘V-table’ is suitable for in and outdorr use.
'Penny' by Globe Zero 4
The Danish design duo Busk Hertzog designed this light and simple occasional table for Globe Zero 4 (a company founded in 2008 when the two Danish brands Globe Furniture and Zero 4 merged and became one shared collection). The filigree structure of the ‘Penny’ builds a perfect contrast to the colourful and ample upholstery Busk Hertzog and Globe Zero 4 have developed years ago.
'Stalker' by Studio Hausen Foundry
The Singapore based young label Foundry understands itself as a “bridge between the world of contemporary design and East Asian craftsmanship” and in fact all of their products envisioned by design talents across the globe are made into reality by the finest craftsmen from Singapore and Peninsula Malaysia. This year Foundry presented amongst others these beautiful occasional tables. ‘Stalker’ is a small tripod side table created by the Berlin based Studio Hausen.
'Tray' table by Kendo Mobiliario
The 10 years old Spanish manufacturer Kendo Mobiliario recently presented this new family of occasional tables designed by the Barcelona based designer Antoni Arola. ‘Tray’ is composed of a simple angular metal structure and a series of mobile trays that can be given various combined finishes.
'Prima' table by Alvaro Catalán de Ocón, photo by Alfonso Herranz
The Madrid based designer Alvaro Catalán de Ocón cretaed this smart construction of an occasional table (Ø 900, h 740 mm) composed of three identical legs, a connecting central knot, and a glass table top. ‘Prima’ table is mountable by only one single screw.
'Apu' by Hanna Ehlers for Zeitraum
Two years ago the German/Finnish designer Hanna Ehlers presented her series of neat and well-proportioned occasional furniture at Salone Satellite. This year the German manufacturer Zeitraum put it into production. ‘Apu’ is composed of a replaceable white ceramic pot, which comes in three different versions and a foot made from turned solid wood (American walnut, oak, ash).
'Apu 3' by Hanna Ehlers for Zeitraum
'Apu 2' by Hanna Ehlers for Zeitraum
'Apu 1' by Hanna Ehlers for Zeitraum
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