The Arc table is the latest addition to a range of products designed by Foster + Partners for Molteni & C, Milan. Drawing inspiration from tensile fabric structures, its form is generated by software developed to create flowing architectural designs. The sculptural base is a single sweeping form anchored by three legs – between each […]
Udukuri shows Jo Nagasaka’s ability to create a simple yet modern object for the house. By utilizing traditional Japanese techniques, the designer manipulates the surface of the Douglas fir top by peeling it in order to expose the grain and create an uneven surface. Nagasaka then applies brightly coloured epoxy resin treatments to the surface, […]
The Corelam™ family of wood products is made for the benefit of all people, anywhere. Our ambition is to develop and make things that are useful and beautiful, things that appeal to young and old, east and west. We place the highest value on delivering maximum benefit with the minimum of materials. Why Wood? Because […]
The minimalist charm of the extendible Sushi 12 table can be seen in this outdoor version equipped with the same extension device as the indoor one, but with a 12mm thick HPL top to guarantee even higher resistance while keeping an extremely slender profile. The tray that houses the extensions is in tough thermoformed plastic, […]
The Mesa table evolved from an architectural experiment which was about creating connections as seen in the Elastika installation in the Moore building in 2005 for the Miami Art Fair. Stripping the formal idea back to its constituent parts; ground; structure; surface, the design creates a world in between the two horizontal planes, a world […]
More brain tease than nesting tables, Abscissa uses form and perspective to inject new dimension to an otherwise unassuming furniture concept. These tables sequentially torque to reveal the inner tables when stacked together. The tables perspective challenging lines and angles create the illusion that surfaces are not flat even though they’re perfectly capable of holding […]
You don’t set the glass on the table- the glass is the table. Established & Sons have crafted a hand-blown glass table, designed by Konstantin Grcic. The unique design is a two-part construct. A voluptuous, free-form glass bubble makes up the base of the table, and is topped by a translucent, colored table-top sheet of glass. This piece, named Blow, represents the work achievable using the skill of fine Venini artisans.