Revolutionary as much as
it is quite different from any other in terms of shape and potential, this
multifunctional table is a perfect summation of Charlotte Perriand’s take on
l’art de vivre.
The structure consists
of the simple but perfect p..
Charlotte Perriand started work
on the tables en forme libre in 1938.Originally intended for her own atelier in
the Montparnasse area of central Paris, they went into production courtesy of
Galerie Steph Simon at the end of the 1950s. All rounded ..
Included as one of the tables en forme libre created between 1938
and 1939, the final design was developed in 1952 for the students’ rooms of the
Maison du Mexique at the Cité Universitaire Internationale in Paris.
With a frame designed to..
This table was originally
conceived as a sideboard for the dining room of Boynton Hall in Rochester, New
York, which Frank Lloyd Wright designed in 1908. The architect wanted to create
a piece with strong horizontal and vertical lines, a common fe..
This piece is the outcome of
Theodore Waddell’s exploration, in 1956, of how to design tables with extremely
light frames, and takes its inspiration from the architecture of tensile
structures. Waddell studied the systems patented by Buckminster F..
Designed in 1955, the
design of this table – a piece of furniture considered by Ico Parisi to be a
central element in the home - accompanies the Maestro’s career and evolves with
different materials and numerous variations for different private cl..
This table, with its minimal
lines and an extremely light look, underscores the extensive thought, by Franco
Albini, and the advanced wood-working skills, by Cassina, that went into its
creation. Its stability based on the principle of oppos..
Franco Albini designed this
table using the strut element that he had already employed in the design of the
Veliero and Infinito bookshelves. In this instance, the legs serve as the
vertical elements, solid, turned along their entire surface excep..
Kazuhide Takahama’s Antella is
a dual-purpose piece: a console that can be transformed into an oval table. The
polyester painted frame, with a gloss or matte finish, is evocative of the
ancient art of lacquer work, which was used on other products..
Tables. Base and top in Cristalplant®, composite material based on polyester and acrylic resins, loaded with minerals and mass pigmented in the shade of matt white. For the model 2577/C the top is in tempered, extraclear, acidated plate gla..
The BM1160 Hunting Table was made by Børge Mogensen.
The name refers to the “Hunting Cabin” theme of the Guild’s exhibition, a
detail which is also reflected in the table’s robustness and wood-focused
Mogensen’s Hunting Table is slight..