Elisa Strozyk’s ‘Wooden Carpet’ has probably been one of the most published object of the last months. The old-established German manufacturer Böwer took it into production and developed in collaboration with the young German desiger a variety of patterns and details, composed of different types of wood for this beautiful sculptural piece.
‘Namu’ is a table series consisting of a coffee table and a side table designed by the Berlin based practice böttcher+henssler. The smartness of the tables lies in the triangular profile of the three identical laminated veneer elements, which are joined mid-way to form a trunk. ‘Namu’ is available in oak, olive and black.