This low table, with its
audacious sculptural look, was designed by Charlotte Perriand on the occasion
of the retrospective exhibition of her works held at the Musée des Arts
Décoratifs in Paris in 1985. Originally intended as a one-off, this was ..
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..
Currently available in just one
size, the Rio low table was originally created by Charlotte Perriand as two.
Between 1962, the year she designed the piece and 1967, Charlotte Perriand made
a larger version intended for the Japanese embassy in Pari..
This multi-purpose low table
was designed in 1953 by Charlotte Perriand for the residence of her husband who
was, at the time, head of Air France’s Japanese division in Tokyo. Only
nine examples of this stackable table were originally produc..
The original, historic model
was created in 1937 for Charlotte Perriand’s workshop in Montparnasse. The base
consisted of three circular legs joined by crosspieces which supported the
tabletop. This, as the name implied, was interchangeable. A pro..
The Super Beam Sofa System low tables
embody the concept of modularity through the countless configurations offered
by their simple layout. The system is completed by a chaise
longue and by freestanding low tables&nbs..
The Bowy side tables, with tapered forms just like the
original indoor sofa designed by Patricia Urquiola in 2018, also come in an
outdoor version. Available in two different sizes, both of which have an
aluminium sheet structure with mud textured..
These low square tables consist
of six pieces: two horizontals at top and bottom, into which are slotted four
verticals, in the interior of which is a surface onto which objects can be
placed. This composition creates a dynamic where the horizonta..
A collection that became
emblematic of the 1960s, an era of optimism and experimentation, when the focus
was on unremitting functionality. Designed by Gianfranco Frattini, these four
low tables, the smallest being 42 cm in diameter and the largest..
Dubbed Cicognino, or “little
stork”, this iconic design, is clean-cut and refined, witty yet reassuringly
familiar. Franco Albini designed this table by reducing the frame to its
essentials: the three slender legs, a table-top 40cm in diameter, an..
A mobile side table
design with a sophisticated, architectural edge. Arne Jacobsen originally
designed this elegant trolley for his tea. It has now been revived from the
Fritz Hansen archive to serve as a bar cart, serving trolley or side table. T..