Design Poul Kjaerholm, 1957
The PK71 nesting side tables consist of three tables of different sizes that can be stored under each other. These small tables are elegant and truly form sculptural elements.
The PK71 coffee tables are on display in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
large: W.28 x D.28 x H.28,7 cm
medium: W.26,5 x D.26,5 x H.27 cm
small: W.25 x D.25 x H.25,5 cm
White or black acrylic
satin brushed stainless steel base
Mia Hamborg design, 2010 Building furniture is child’s play with the Shuffle side table, inspired by the traditional wooden Scandinavian games from times gone by. Shuffle can be used either as a bedside table, or as a small table for a living room, child’s bedroom or playroom.
Niels O Möller design, 1959. The Moller 44 tea trolley is a beautiful wooden table on wheels, perfect for clearing the table after a hearty dinner. Its simple and unpretentious design also means it can be used as a coffee table or as a decorative storage unit, in a living room or dining room. Functional and elegant, it will blend into any type of...
This TV console 105 cms wide allows to hide all the electronic devices when one do not use them thanks to its foldaway door. Favor, this one realized aluminum drilled allows the use of the electronic elements remote controls, carries(wears) closed. Available in 40 colors!
Design Finn Juhl, 1953 : Bench / Table comes in three lengths: 112, 170 and 225 cm. Using walnut, teak, oak, Oregon pine or black linoleum with a burnished steel frame and wooden toes. The bench / table comes with matte polished brass edges. In addition, the bench is available with a foldable upholstered cushion in fabric or leather.
Design Fritz Hansen, 2014.The Join coffee tables collection has subtle and understated lines. The tables can either stand alone, highlighting their unique qualities, or be grouped together. Join coffee tables bring people together and connect them with the rest of the furniture in the room.. Its simple design allows it to adapt to any type of space.