FUSE

 

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The Fuse table merges white gloss lacquer, polished steel and ash or walnut to create an amalgam of strong materials all seemingly feeding into one another. Out of the steel base grows an ash leg, which then splits into three branches. Those branches then merge into the lacquer. The table top also has 

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NORTH BEACH HALL TABLE

 

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Seth Rolland’s North Beach Hall Table is innovative in its collaborative use of materials:  the dramatically cantilevered geometry of the wood is literally balanced by the weight of the natural beach stone.  Furthermore, the design switches the usual qualities of the materials – the 

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WILLO

 

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The generously-sized Willo coffee table has a solid oak, sculpted-edged top, which sits gracefully on its steam-bent ash legs. It is finished in a white oil to maintain a soft, matt elegance. 

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APLÓ

 

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The Apló table has a corian tabletop (solid surface material) and European oak legs. As with all MGNG designs, the table is simple with fine details. The thin white surface has an eased profile edge of 2mm radius. The legs are tapered at the bottom to give the table a light and elegant look. The 

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MORPHEUS

 

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The Dreamer of Dreams. Morphing is a special effect where changes in an object are made through seamless transition. Using modern digital techniques, a distortion is achieved by marking corresponding points and vectors on the various surfaces. Morphing algorithms continue to advance and many programs 

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E-LASTIC TABLE

 

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London based designer Timothy Schreiber has announced the launch of his E-lastic Table at the Milan Furniture Fair. In line with his "pop modernism" manifesto, Timothy Schreiber's new design carries forward the spirit of the second generation 1960s and 70s modernists. Inspired by the work of Eero 

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Ardú

 

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Inspired by skeletal structures, Ardú is a piece of sculptural craftsmanship. Repetition of form creates a rib - like formation resulting in a piece of intricate beauty. The sculptural elements reminiscent of delicate bones and brass spacers evocative of the human vertebrae, create division 

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Nomos Desking System

 

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The Nomos Desking System is designed for almost unlimited change. Governed by the unchanging needs of the human body, seated or standing, it has metal legs, angled from a central spine, as if poised for flight. 

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Covet desk

 

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Japanese-born Shin Azumi has designed a new home office desk, launching in September. Its simple, practical design has an innovative storage solution integrated into its wooden frame, which supports a large glass work surface.  This creates an aesthetically pleasing desk, with it's clean lines 

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Volt

 

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VOLT is a table with integrated legs and table top. The legs seem to be part of the top and the top seems to be part of the legs. Faceted surfaces and at the same time a fluid, continuous shape. Dynamic, and at the same time minimal. A table with a form that seems impossible like an Escher drawing. It 

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Piano Table

 

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Georg Bohle has designed the Piano table, a table concealing a full 88-key electric piano. Created from oak wood, it is functionally designed to serve both as dining table and as an electric piano. The piano table is a dining table or workspace with a built-in electric keyboard made of oak wood. The 

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Robert Majkut Table

 

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Unique object to be auctioned in Vienna  Leading Polish designer, Robert Majkut is auctioning one of his unique tables at prestigious auction house Dorotheum in Vienna on the 18th May.  The table was designed, modelled and visualised digitally, the hand assembled and finished structure was then 

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