Posts tagged as 'table'
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…)
‘Tick’ by Jakob Schenk for Linie 58
Young German designer Jakob Schenk has realised this universal table leg system for his own, 2011-launched company Linie 58. Named ‘Tick’, the legs can be applied to virtually any board which in few easy steps can be converted into a one-of-a-kind table. Made of bent metal wire, ‘Tick’ is available in two widths and variety of finishes such as chrome coated or powder coated in semigloss black or white. (more…)
'Button' table by Fredrik Wærnes for Strek Collective
This simple two-tone side table has been realised by a young Norwegian-born Switzerland-based product designer Fredrik Wærnes. Launched earlier this year at Milan’s ‘Salone del Mobile, as well as presented in May during the ICFF fair in New York by the Norwegian creative collective Strek, the table was ’developed with the purpose to provide versatility in the living space. ‘ (more…)
'Breakfast Buffet' by De Intuïtiefabriek for Priveekollektie
Created especially for Chateau de la Resle hotel in Burgundy, France and commissioned by a Dutch art and design gallery Priveekollektie Comtemporary Art | Design, this simple yet functional breakfast table has been designed by an Eindhoven-based design collective De Intuïtiefabriek. Realised earlier this year, the solid oak table incorporates a number of shallow depressions intended to accommodate various serving dishes and beverage bottles. (more…)
'Terra' table by Lievore Altherr Molina for Andreu World
The Barcelona-based design studio Lievore Altherr Molina have collaborated with the Spanish furniture manufacturer on a collection of neat and sturdy outdoor tables called ‘Terra’. Comprising two auxiliary and a dining table models, the tables were launched during this year’s edition of Milan’s Salone del Mobile fair. (more…)
The leaflet featuring Ettore Sottsass' 1972 'Mettsass' table
Ettore Sottsass, the late, much-acclaimed Italian designer and founder of the Memphis collective, originally designed this bold, painted steel-and-glass dining table in 1972. Now, 40 years later, the Spanish furniture manufacturer Bd Barcelona has just announced it is to relaunch the iconic design as part of company’s (also founded in 1972) 40th anniversary celebrations. (more…)
Detail of the 'A Chair' from Steve Oh's 'A Collection'
A young Korean-American designer Steve Oh has just unveiled his latest collection of maple furniture during this year’s edition of New York’s ICFF. ‘A personal interpretation of classic Shaker furniture’ which is known for its ascetic simplicity and use of innovative joinery, Oh’s equally pared-down, functional ’A Collection’ has been developed in its entirety using natural materials: solid maple wood and 100% wool felt and comprises a chair, a barstool and a table designs. (more…)
Ilmari Tapiovaara's 'Kiki' range, reissued by Artek; photo by Tuomas Uusheimo
Ilmari Tapiovaara (1914 – 1999) was an acclaimed Finnish interior architect and furniture designer.
Now, exactly 52 years after ‘Kiki’ range has won him the gold prize at the Milan Triennale in 1960, the renowned furniture brand Artek is about to rerelease this beautifully reduced collection of upholstered, tubular steel furniture. The series, which Tapiovaara developed after having designed an initial, space-saving stackable chair intended for use in large spaces such as conference halls and auditorium, now also includes a two- and three-seater sofa and bench models; a side, sofa and standard-height table, as well as our favourite, a small but brilliantly vibrant tangerine stool.