Almost 25 years ago, Otto Sudrow transferred the construction principle of one of the Eiermann table designs to create a high desk: “Milla“, a simple and reasonably priced piece of furniture that can be disassembled, has changed the way we work by promoting active standing and working. For Richard Lampert, Alexander Seifried has refined the Milla design to create a bar table that references the original form. Milla will be introduced at IMM Cologne 2014.
Stand up and enjoy: the Milla bar table serves as both a dining table – for example in small domestic kitchens and in bars and cafés – and as a work table in offices. A black tubular steel frame combines with a black linoleum tabletop to form a timeless and versatile piece of furniture. Thanks to a tray underneath the tabletop, an integrated MDF (melamine, white) shelf and colourful sliding door elements, Milla offers additional storage space: kitchen utensils, magazines and flyers in bars or cafés, as well as books and brochures in libraries and at conferences can be stored, yet remain at hand when needed.
Sit down and relax: in combination with Richard Lampert’s Big Tom barstool, which was launched in 2013, the Milla bar table creates a perfect ensemble for working, dining and relaxing. Big Tom also features a tubular steel frame (available in black, among other colours) and two cushions reminiscent of stacked doughnuts, which are also available in different colours and materials.