The Spot Tables are enamel coated tables that consist of a heavy weighted base with two different height stems with either a square or a round top. Coated in heavy duty vitreous enamel, an ultra hygienic and industrial process in which particles of glass are sprayed on to cast iron, and then fired at furiously high temperatures.
Not only are the results highly functional, the materials qualities are extremely hard wearing with an extraordinary depth of colour. The two different heights can be interchanged as desired with either a square or circular top. Enamel colours available are black, white and burnt red.
Ferro 3 is a coffee table designed in two versions with different heights and diameters. The 8mm thick aluminium tabletop has a glossy lacquer finish and rests on a frame of curved steel rods painted in the same colour as the top. Available in all spHaus colours.
Inspired by the Ottoman Kavuk and the pumpkin, the top and bottom circlar plates of this coffee table/stool are connected by metal rods, which allow it to be used as a magazine rack as well. And that’s Autoban’s take on (multi)functional design.
Frame in nickel-satined metal. Seat in polyurethane and dacron. Backrest in solid zebrano, canaletto or extra canaletto walnut or in beech, either natural or stained cherry or walnut. Upholstery removable fabric or leather covers.
Clear oriental inspiration for the collection of tables withvarnished tray matching the shade of the structure designed for casual multipurpose environments. The small tablesresemble Fat Fat and Lady Fat’s mobile tray, proposing it on a very light metal rod frame, stressing its three-piece modularity. Also available with a single tray in three sizes.
Support structure: steel sheet and profiles, bright chromed or orange, chalk white, blue, burgundy red, mustard yellow, graphite, black varnished
Tray: steel sheet in black nickel, orange, chalk white, blue, burgundy red, mustard yellow, graphite, black varnished.
Metropolitan simplicity is the result of a balanced relationship between the shape of the seat and the form of a frame in nickeled or graphite varnished metal. A small rotating armchair mounted on a central base in bright brushed aluminium follows the same continuous sign of the seat and armrests.
Stefan Schoning attempts to save the bulb from extinction. La Cage is made from bended steel wire, in which the bulb is centralised, serving as the reserve for an endangered species. 1 x PLE E 14 max 11W or 1 x E14 max 40W
The seat shell of the chair is of pressure moulded, fibre-reinforced polyester. The shell is covered with leather which is glued onto the back while being loosed on the front side, which enhances the sitting comfort. The legs are of stainless spring steel, matt polished by hand.
With Sahara my inspiration was the African lodge life, a scent of steppe, canvas, wild animals, adventures and challenges. A life in the wild nature.
Gunilla Allards latest addition, Sahara Wood, a further development of Sahara, brings us yet a step closer to her source of inspiration.
This by a newly designed frame consisting of elegant turned wood legs with chromed details. The characteristic expression that lies in the shape and construction of the arms remains and the combination with the wood legs offers a softer, warmer version of Sahara. The combination between metal and wood creates an exquisite meeting. It is like a jewel says designer Gunilla Allard.
A rectangular or square table for homes or restaurants. The reinforced MDF tabletop, covered with Abet plastic laminate in a variety of colours, rests on four steel legs painted the same colour as the top. 140 x 140 x H 73 and 90 x 200 x H 73 cm
What is unusual about Alexander Taylor's Styx Table is its substructure of folded steel bands, which bulges before it meets the floor. The glass plate seems to float on top, fixed in place by a strong magnet that eliminates the need for any elaborate anchoring. The top of this coffee table (which comes in either clear or smoked glass) has very generous dimensions to accommodate magazines or books and of course a stimulating cup of coffee. Coffee to stay rather than coffee to go, that is. What a great way to relax!
The Day Bed is rightly counted among the most famous designs by Eileen Gray. The lounge "offers pleasant and comfortable seating and is, moreover, particularly suited to relaxing." What she in her own modesty conceals is the fact that the Day Bed is enchantingly beautiful, accessible from all sides and a pleasing sight from every perspective. It is the ideal showpiece to be placed freely in a spacious room.
Frame of chromium-plated steel tubing. Upholstery: polyurethane with polyester filling on a beechframe. Cover in leather.
The palace of Maharajah Shri Yeshwant Rao Holkar Bahadur was placed in the far Indies, yet it was equipped with the latest in modern finesse from a western life. This included a billiard room and a bar in an avantgarde style where the walls shimmered blue and silver and stainless steel, lacquer and leather were the dominating materials. The bar stool designed by Eckart Muthesius for this place, is even today, nearly 70 years later, a fascinating and individual design and could be placed in any modern scene-bar. A true modern classic never dies.
Table lamp with direct and diffused light emission; using innovative low energy LED light source to provide a warm, intense light. Two articulations connect the stem to the base and the head which allow the stem to be tilted from 0° to 90° and the head to be rotated 180°. Painted zamak base, painted metal stem, painted metal and polycarbonate head, satin transparent polycarbonate diffuser.
Side table with round or rectangular table-tops. Frame of chromium-plated steel tubing. Table-tops of MDF high-gloss lacquer finish in Chinese red, black, grey or white.
The Latin for furniture, "res mobiles," is based on the word mobile. Eileen Gray took this very literally. She loved light, functional furniture that one could move around without problem. One can lift this table "for all occasions" as if it had a handle and carry it exactly to where one needs it. Like the "Adjustable Table E 1027," it is constructed such as to slide the base under the bedside or armchair. Thus breakfast or bedtime reading is within comfortable reach.
Eileen Gray understood how to combine the aesthetic with the practical as did few designers. The geometrically structured small dressing table, designed for her summerhouse E1027, is a proof of this. The drawers in the small side box of the Petite Coiffeuse swivel out. Everything is reduced to the essentials, but it is all within easy reach.
This bench's clear, straightforward lines reflect Nelson's architectural background. Like many design classics it can be used flexibly as either a bench or an occasional table. 1220 x 47 x H 35 cm and 184 x 47 x H 35 cm
Poul Kjarholm's PK61 coffee table from 1955 comes with the top in slate, light steel-rolled marble, black granite or glass. The base is stainless steel in typical Kjarholm design: square, aesthetic and minimal. 80 x 80 x H 32 cm and 120 x 120 x H 32 cm.
Support and shade in polished white painted nylon, manufactured through rotational moulding process. Lower disc diffuser in opal white glass. Steel hanging cables. Transparent feeding cable. It houses fluorescent lighting sources only. 3x20W E27 (FL)
Support and shade in polished white painted nylon, manufactured through rotational moulding process. Upper disc diffuser in opal white glass. Base in die cast aluminium, painted white. It houses fluorescent lighting sources only. 3x20W E27 (FL)