Posts tagged as 'side table'

'Dancing Squares' by Nendo, at Art Stage in Singapore

The Japanese design practice Nendo will present this new series of furniture and lighting at its solo exhibition ‘Dancing Squares’ during this year’s Art Singapore from 13 – 16 January.


'Cosmos' pedestal tables by Ingrid Svensson and Olle Wingård for Minus tio

Let’s stick to turnery: the young Swedish label founded by Ingrid Svensson and Olle Wingård presented this family of side tables. All tables are composed of the identical base and table tops, the variable turned middle piece defines the table’s height.

The Italian manufacturer Casamania presented a series of rather smooth side and coffee tables, designed by Sam Baron.


'Jar' lamp and side table by Noon Studio

Our friends from Noon Studio just sent us these images of their brand new prototypes which will be displayed at Green and Fay during this year’s London Design Festival from 23 – 26 Septmeber.

One of them is ‘Jar’ a lathed wooden desklamp with rotating lids which act as switches to control the light intensity. It comes in different sizes: 125x280mm – 250x280mm.


'Divan' by Riccardo Arbizzoni for Riva 1920

‘Tra le Briccole di Venezia’ is a project initiated by the Italian manufacturer for high class solid wood furniture Riva 1920. 29 important figures in the world of design, of art and of fashion were invited to process an object that is an iconic part of the Venetian scene: the Briccole, the oak mooring posts that rise out of the lagoon. Eroded by the tides, the posts are given new life in the projects of these designers and transformed into objects of art and usage.


'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.


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‘Plato’ by Jeff Miller for Cerruti Baleri (IT)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 15.07.2010 - Tagged as: , , , ,

'Plato Alto' by Jeff Miller for Cerruti Baleri

Between 2005 and 2010 the New York based designer Jeff Miller realised this series of side tables/selves for the Italian manufacturer Cerruti Baleri. Recently the family, carved from a single solid piece of Carrara marble or fabricated with solid ash wood was extended by ‘Pato Alto’ a vertical version in nero marquina, deep black Spanish marble.


'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.