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The frame of the Branch table is made of identical aluminum elements that put together form a unified hole. The elements interconnect seamlessly and dissolve where one ends and the next begin, in a continuous movement. This creates and an interesting visual play between the oneness of each element and the wholeness of the frame. When assembled they form a complex yet logic supporting frame that makes a very stable and light table. One single component is repeated 3, 4 or 5 times to create a family of tables. The dimensions have been conceived so that 2 people can sit between each leg and the table can be for 4-6-8-10-12 people. It is easy to assemble and takes little space to transport. The surface can be in glass or mdf lacquered white, charcoal, mud, natural oak and wengè; the frame can be chromed or painted in the same color of the top.
|1200 mm, 1300 mm, 1500 mm, 1600 mm, 1700 mm, 1900 mm|
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It’s not art but does that make it design?
“Werner Aisslinger – Home of the Future” is currently on display in Berlin’s Haus am Waldsee, an exhibition space for contemporary art. A designer presenting his work in the art context: Can that be a good thing?
18 million coins for the Underground
In 2012, Edward Barber uand Jay Osgerby caused quite a stir with their design for the Olympic torch. This year the two architects are placing a renewed emphasis on furniture design. Uta Abendroth met with one half of the duo, Jay Osgerby, in Milan, where their sofas, tables and stool premiered at Knoll.› To the article
Two brothers in a brilliant game with nature. Hey, boys will be boys
I’m tempted to say: It’s about time. Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have been named “A&W Designers of the Year 2013”. Certainly cause for a portrait of these two designers extraordinaire.› To the article