Posts tagged as 'Reinier de Jong'

'PLET' low table by Dutch designer Reinier de Jong

Young Dutch designer Reinier de Jong has created a low table called ‘PLET’, whose translucent top consists of 80 different strips of reclaimed Perspex (PMMA). Its oak base comes from a former dining table.

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Mon 22.3.

‘VOLT’ table by Reinier de Jong (NL)

Posted by Simon Keane-Cowell on 22.03.2010 - Tagged as: , , ,

'VOLT' table by Reinier de Jong

There’s something sneaky about Dutch designer Reinier de Jong’s new ‘VOLT’ table. Just went you think you’ve got a handle on its compelling angles, they escape the grasp of one’s visual comprehension. The designer likens the table to the ‘impossibility of an Escher drawing’. We see shades (and literal ones, too) of avant-garde German Expressionism. Whatever your cultural reference of choice, the pieces’s practical function is clear: the piece can easily accommodate six chairs.

Detail of 'VOLT' table by Reinier de Jong

‘VOLT’ is spray-painted and available in a number of different colours. It will be shown at part of the ‘AUTOFFICINA’ exhibition of Dutch designers at Ventura Lambrate during next month’s Milan Furniture Fair.

'VOLT' table by Reinier de Jong

more dining-room tables at Architonic

to Reinier de Jong’s website