M-Bamboo Table and M-Bench by Jennifer Newman Studio

March 1st, 2013 by retail design blog

The latest addition to the Jennifer Newman portfolio, the M-Bamboo table marks the first Studio product incorporating bamboo surfaces. Bamboo is a fast growing, replenishable grass and, when compressed in to solid material it has the appearance of a high quality semi-hard wood. When treated to avoid bacterial degredation for use outside, it has the appearance of a dark hardwood.
The M-Bamboo table has a powder-coated aluminium frame and a choice of the dark chocolate coloured top for use outside or inside, or the light caramel top for inside use only.

The new M-Bench, the perfect accomplice to the new M-Bamboo Table. Echoing the profile of the M-Bamboo Table, it’s lightly angled aluminium structure bears the accent of the Jennifer Newman visual language; uncomplicated, practical and classic. Bench lengths are made to suit.

The tables for outside use come in three sizes 150 x 70, 200 x 70 and 240 x 70 and the inside-only version has an additional long version of 280 x 70. Bench lengths are made to suit. All products are made in the UK. The table and bench will debut at Clerkenwell Design Week – London UK – 21-23 May 2013 – Farmiloe Building stand SH7.

Designed by Jennifer Newman Studio








































Néolivingstones by Smarin
Nomadic exteriors furnishings, intimate and surprising. Huge pebbles comfort...
Papabubble candy shop by Yusuke Seki, Yokohama
Papabubble are Caramels Artesans started in Barcelona in 2004, and has since...
Lem furniture by La Palma
Lem furniture by La Palma
David Rockwell's furniture collection for Stellar Works
Rockwell centred the collection around his own version of the valet, which f...

Leave a Reply