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Bell High Table

Product description

In 2012, the Bell Table marked the starting point of the cooperation between Sebastian Herkner and ClassiCon. Within just a few years, the design has almost achieved the status of a classic – probably because it also fascinates with the unexpected use of materials. Glass, of all things, a material that is intuitively assigned properties such as ‘filigree’ and ‘fragile’, in this case provides solid support as a colourful-transparent table base. On top of it: a metal volume that, despite its heaviness, appears to be floating and lightweight. Although the two elements establish a suspenseful contrast, they also form a harmonious unity reminiscent of the elegant curves of a bell.

In 2020, the Bell Table series is being expanded: the Bell High Table has joined the Bell Side and Coffee Tables. Due to its dimensions, it is perfectly suitable as a highlight in any living-dining area and for the presentation of special objects in lobbies and public areas.

Specifications
Table finishtable with column base
Table top shapecircular
Height740 mm
Diameter1300 mm
Materialglass
metal
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Manufacturer:
ClassiCon, Germany

Design:
Sebastian Herkner
2020

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