Posts Tagged ‘table’

Rio extendable table by Nardi

March 24th, 2017

Rio is a table with clean lines, lines that seem simple but are the result of a complex design. Elegant and perfect for social occasions, indeed Rio can comfortably seat from 8 to 10 people. You can extend the table with an easy, intuitive, and invisible movement.

Wakufuru collection by Johan Kauppi for Glimakra of Sweden

March 17th, 2017

Wakufuru consists of solid wood tables and benches that disguise sound absorbers underneath their surfaces to help minimize noise in the home or in public spaces.

Everlastingreen table by Richard Yasmine

March 15th, 2017

The main objective is to bring back to life a furniture used while sipping coffee, playing card, eating around a table, furniture that witnessed war and peace, funerals and wedding events. Now let’s remove the dust, and let it show off.

Riad table by Acdo

March 8th, 2017

The idea behind this product is to de-contextualise the construction material – hydraulic tile– by isolating and objectifying it. The result is a table for indoors and outdoor whose hexagonal shape offers the possibility to reproduce a ‘raised floor’ combining as many pieces as desired.

Quasimodo table by Adriani&Rossi Edizioni for Ronda Design

February 6th, 2017

The Quasimodo table has a significant yet not eccentric look, which blends in seamlessly with various domestic and contract environments; it can be used in any living room or used as an executive desk or a generously-sized meeting table.

“W8” side tables by Alain Gilles for Ligne Roset

February 4th, 2017

Envisioned to go by a sofa as a side table, or by a bed as a bedside table, W8 — pronounced “weight” — calls on the idea of firmness, reassuring it through its stone base. Its highly-graphic appearance showcases a contrast between lightness and heaviness: the delicate cage-like structure supports the base while the heavy pietra serena stone equilibrates the overall piece.

SOLIDA collection for Natevo by Matteo Nunziati

February 1st, 2017

The inspiration for the design of the table, bookcase and dresser is clearly the rationalist design of the Thirties with a contemporary twist. The pieces ooze discrete yet tangible luxury thanks to the precious materials used, the elegance of the skilfully created details and the collection’s sturdy appearance, softened by the magical light from the integrated LED fittings.

“The Coffee Ceremony” furniture collection by Hugh Miller

January 31st, 2017

The collection comprises a coffee cart, table, a communal bench, a stool and a chair – with each piece serving a different stage of the ritual. Mugs are held in woven loops in the cart, which also features a removable wooden panel that doubles as a tray.

Publicis Media Group offices by Spatial Concept Limited, Hong Kong

January 30th, 2017

The idea of childhood playground brings fun and creativity to the agency office. When the funfair style gate slides open from the lift lobby, a hop scotch floor pattern leads into the large reception area where visitors can view the harbor through a series of glass meeting rooms.

Furniture made of steam-bent and twisted wood by Bar Gantz

January 17th, 2017

The designer has found that twisting the material offers much more intriguing shapes — thus implementing it in every product. However, the biggest challenge has been to adjust the aesthetical quality of the twist with the functional structure of each product.

Grit coffee table by Avi Fedida

January 10th, 2017

Going through several processes, the sandpaper successfully maintains his appearance, while smooth to touch and extremely durable and practical. Grit’s one-of-a-kind items gives a new perspective about what makes a space come to life.

TAIYOU&C. furnitures by Mikiya Kobayashi

December 18th, 2016



This table design is about lightness, imaging a floating wooden board. A thin slit in the middle of the table is meant to be use for office devices’ electric wires. Wood grain is enhanced by the large surfaces: 6 sizes are available from 1400 mm to 2400mm. Shapes and colors are conceived to match with the collection’s chairs and stools.

KIYA knife shop by Mandai Architects, Tokyo – Japan

December 8th, 2016

We created the space by not a “table”as an artificial product, but a “material”as part of nature. In this space, you can feel the spirit of manufacturing in Japan, affection for making things.

Com.Four DJ stand by Hoerboard

December 8th, 2016



It is designed as a sideboard which offers space for approximately 350 records. Its elegant multiplex surface in black or matte white makes this sophisticated DJ stand extremely robust and durable.

Orona Ideo Headquarters by STUA

December 1st, 2016



The neuralgic center of this project is a cylindrical building, inserted diagonally in the ground and that is work of the architects Eneko Goicoechea and Xabier Barrutieta. In this environment, with a marked architectural character, the pure lines of STUA furniture fit perfectly.

Lava Table by Peca Studio

November 28th, 2016

Mexico’s wealth and history emanate from the pores of its volcanic rock. It is a material that transmits strength and keeps untold stories, and Peca has mastered the art of polishing and molding it into soft, inviting objects.

45 furniture system for Inyard by LaSelva

November 23rd, 2016



A metal plate connects the separate pieces, and is covered by a 45-degree wooden “tongue” that provides extra stability. According to LaSelva, the system – which has over 100 possible combinations – results in minimal wasted material and requires less warehouse storage space.

Hilt side table by Reinier de Jong for Stilst

November 11th, 2016

The table top is made of beech plywood which is painted white. The brushed stainless steel strip at the bottom of the frame counterbalances the bent ash wood pole. The frame of HILT side table has three legs and will always be stable regardless of the floor on which it stands.

“Chair table” and “Stool tool” for VITRA by Konstatin Grcic at Orgatec 2016

November 2nd, 2016

The VITRA “Stool tool” by Konstantin Grcic, is a multi-functional furniture solution for the workplace, uniting a chair and a table in a single object. Adaptable for use as both a striking solo piece or in multiple groupings, the monolithic furniture features step-like platforms to accommodate different seating heights and a wide range of uses.

Pedrali Ironic office by Calvi Brambilla at Orgatec 2016, Cologne – Germany

October 22nd, 2016

The project of the Milan-based architecture studio consists of two big side walls with a series of settings, spaces and situations strictly connected to the working environment: from the meeting room to the break-out area, from the conference room to the company restaurant without forgetting the waiting areas.