Posts tagged as 'side 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…)

Mon 26.3.

‘JL Faber’ collection by Julian Löhr for Loehr (DE)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 26.03.2012 - Tagged as: , , , , , ,

Detail view of the 'JL 3 Faber' bistro table by Loehr; photo by Stefan Höderath

Established only few months ago, in December 2011, Loehr is a Hamburg-based family-run brand specialiasing in design and development, manufacture and distribution of premium furniture made from natural materials. As part of their first collection, Loehr has unveiled this series of ‘JL Faber’ stools and tables designed by Julian Löhr during this year’s edition of imm cologne fair. Developed in solid oak, ‘JL Faber’ encompasses four products: a stool, bar stool, and a side and bistro tables. Characterised by a clean, geometric form of the three-legged base reminiscent of the ‘traditional half-timbered houses of northern Europe’, the ‘JL Faber’ collection is available in natural oak or stained in five colours. (more…)

'Climber' coffee table by Frans Schrofer for Leolux

A Dutch designer Frans Schrofer has collaborated with Leolux on this series of coffee tables called ‘Climber’. The collection encompasses three simple tables which will be available in April in three different heights and variety of finishes such as lacquered MDF, oiled or stained solid oak and American walnut. (more…)

'Within' seat / side table by Studio Vision; photo by Helena Winberg & Anna Kjernsvik

At first glance clinically plain and unassuming, when opened, this two-piece minimalist, geometric seat-cum- side table reveals an angular, sculpture-like structure which contrasts with the design’s otherwise unadorned exterior. Created by a young Swedish designer and founder of Studio Vision, Mattias Stenberg, the aptly-named ‘Within’ was presented earlier last week in Stockholm Furniture Fair’s hall for independent designers and design schools, Greenhouse. (more…)

Wed 2.11.

‘Tor’ side table by Lambie & Van Hengel for Montis (NL)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 02.11.2011 - Tagged as: , , ,

'Tor' portable side table by Lambie & Van Hengel for Montis

Designers Ralf Lambie and Johan van Hengel have collaborated on this powder coated aluminum side table which features a cleverly-placed, integrated handle enabling the design to be lifted and shifted easily. Produced by the Dutch manufacturer Montis, the simple, four-legged table is part of the ‘Montis +’ collection, which acts as ‘a bridge between freedom in thinking and industrial production.’ (more…)

'Nort' side table by the Valencian Estudio Estres

We’re currently in the beautiful, sun-drenched city of Valencia at Feria Hábitat Valencia 2011 – an annual design fair, which this year attracted some 950 exhibitors from more than 20 countries. And while the industry heavyweights present their relatively recent products from across the furniture, lighting and textile sectors, an impressive number of 40 recent graduates and young, up-and-coming design practices, showcase their talent with an array of innovative, at times surprising, products and prototypes at the coinciding nude (Nuevo Diseño Español) exhibition.

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'Little Ben' table by Studio Dreimann

Studio Dreimann, the Hannover-based design practice established in 2010 by former fellow students Jonas Ette, Simon Kux and Tim Prigge, has created this beechwood side table called ‘Little Ben’. The design was inspired by the form of a traditional English tea table and it will be presented at Copenhagen Design Week – CODE 11 – next week (1 – 4 September). (more…)

Thu 25.8.

‘Thin Black Table’ by Nendo for Cappellini (IT)

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 25.08.2011 - Tagged as: , , , , , ,

'Thin Black Table' by Nendo for Cappellini

Originating from the unorthodox ‘Thin Black Lines’ collection, which was organized by Phillips de Pury and shown at the Saatchi Gallery during last year’s edition of London Design Festival, this trompe l’oeil ‘Thin Black Table’ by the Japanese design practice Nendo has now been put into production by design manufacturer Cappellini. (more…)