Last Table

 

Overview

Brand new from Discipline comes the Last Table, designed by the talented Max Lamb and a completion of his Last Stool collection. These coffee tables have inherited the simplicity of shapes from their predecessors, modifying proportions between height and width. They remain durable and preserve resistance, 

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Helix

 

Overview

Atlanta-based industrial designer Chris Hardy, who made his design debut at Salone del Mobile in 2011, created the sculptural Helix Coffee Table for Design Within Reach. He gave it an odd number of legs and positioned the brass castings to radiate out from the centre leg, imbuing the design with greater 

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ACUTE / HELIOS

 

Overview

Ben Rawlinson offers contemporary furniture pieces in his range of tables called 'Acute', developed with the domestic interior/high end retail market in mind. 'Acute' consists of three pieces (side table, coffee table and bedside table) which each share the design characteristics of veneered angled 

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ORRI

 

Overview

ORRI is inspired by the lightness and elegance of origami. It merges the coffee table and newspaper rack functionality into a new efficient and surprising piece. Its minimal, versatile and practical design serves coffee lovers and easily holds all sorts of media. It quickly becomes a focal point for any 

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EQUILIBRIST

 

Overview

This multi-purpose coffee table by Amir Rahbar is designed to create the illusion of equilibrium with less than required points of support, similar to the equilibrist's act in a circus. The whole table looks as though it is resting on one out of the usual four required to support the table. This is 

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ORRI

 

Overview

ORRI is inspired by the lightness and elegance of origami. It merges the coffee table and newspaper rack functionality into a new efficient and surprising piece. Its minimal, versatile and practical design serves coffee lovers and easily holds all sorts of media. It quickly becomes a focal point for any 

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REK

 

Overview

REK is a coffee table that grows with your coffee needs. When you have visitors, just get some chairs and extend the table any way you like. Enough space for all those coffee cups and store your book or knitting set in the spaces underneath the tops. You can extend REK in various ways. Built-in stops 

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BY A STRING

 

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Using a pair of un-identical stainless steel stair stringers made for a beach house, that were fabricated in China and not usable, Axel Yberg designed this game table for a showcase. The table is also made from 2" thick black walnut, and live edge white oak, to create the top. The legs are made from 

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Birdie Table

 

Overview

A design concept which employs a certain aerodynamic and balance that was inspired by the shuttlecock. A shuttlecock, sometimes called a birdie, is a high-drag projectile used in the sport of badminton. It has an open conical shape: the cone is formed from sixteen overlapping feathers, usually goose or 

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COFFEE BEAN TABLE

 

Overview

Mimicking the shape of a Coffee Bean. This elliptical low table has a hole in it- with smaller coffee beans set aside. The table comes in Red lacquered wood, white lacquered wood and Macassar Ebony wood. 

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Elter

 

Overview

Preparing to make its introduction at this year's 100% Design show in London, Michael Thomas' Elter range of tables a British manufactured, hand-finished statement that British design can hold its own against its ‘sexier' continental neighbours. The table's abrupt changes in perspective create 

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