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

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