Coffee Table designed by Isamu Noguchi in 1944
Noguchi himself described Coffee Table as his best furniture design, no doubt because it is extremely reminiscent of his bronze and marble sculptures of the time, translating the latter's biomorphic formal language unadulterated into a piece of sculptural furniture: glass tabletop resting on two identical wooden elements placed at right angles. The base is made from solid wood with a 19mm glass top with rounded edges. Available in three wood finishes black ash, walnut or maple.
Cone Table designed by Verner Panton in 1958
With its conical base, low occasional Cone Table is the ideal companion piece to Cone Chair or Heart Cone Chair. The Cone table is made from a laminate table top with wraparound plastic coated edges and has a brushed stainless steel cruciform leg base. It is available in two colours, white & black.
CTM Coffee Table designed by Charles & Ray Eames in 1945
CTM = Coffee Table Metal
After various experiments to create a round coffee table, in 1946 Charles and Ray Eames came up with their "round coffee table with metal legs", a simple occasional table with a round plywood tabletop slightly raised at the edges and four slim tubular steel legs. The table goes well with the other designs in the Charles and Ray Eames Plywood Group. Made of moulded ash plywood in either Natural or Black finish with chromed tubular steel legs.
ETR Coffee Table designed by Charles & Ray Eames in 1951
ETR = Elliptical Table Rod Base
This low coffee table with its elegant elliptical shape ressembles a surfboard and was quickly given the nickname "surfboard table". With its double chromed base, the table formally references a theme repeatedly varied on by the Eames, namely that of shaped steel rods welded together to make a fixed, static structure. ETR comes with a laminate top in either black or white and has a chromed round steel base.
Guerdion BAS coffee table designed by Jean Prouvé in 1944
In the early 1940s Jean Prouvé turned his attention increasingly to wood as a material. In the case of the Guéridon Bas coffee table a sturdy top is positioned on three solid oak feet. The elements are connected to each other by means of a folded sheet metal construction. Referencing a tropical wood version of the time entitled "Table Africaine", this re-edition is also available in impregnated dark oak.
Designed by Jasper Morrison in 2004
Quite in keeping with Jasper Morrison’s philosophy of “super normal” design, the Plate Coffee Tables have a classic shape and finely balanced proportions. The design thrills with its accomplished interplay of soft roundings and precisely positioned edges. The refined base frame and the thin table top complement perfectly and yet are clearly distinct from each other. Available in 4 different sizes