ARCHITECTURAL COFFEE TABLE BY WILLY BALLEZ

 

This sculptural table is a skilful example of postmodern design by the Belgian designer Willy Ballez. The glass and marble table is architectural in its design is it is built up of horizontal and vertical marble slabes which can be compared to building blocks. The rectangular table top is executed in glass. As a result, the sculptural, building block marble base is clearly visible. The pattern of the marble combined with the various slabs result in a sculptural and architectural piece.

 

Details

Model : ARCHITECTURAL COFFEE TABLE

Designer : WILLY BALLEZ

Period : 1970’s

Origin : BELGIUM

Dimension : H 36 cm x W 120 cm x D 70 cm

 

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COFFEE TABLE PK61 BY POUL KJAERHOLM

 

The coffee table PK61 is almost as elementary and minimalistic as it gets from the hand of Poul Kjærholm. Despite the extreme distillation of the structure into a set of identical elements, the square and aesthetic design has the power of a manifesto and shows Kjærholm’s development from industrial designer to furniture architect.

 

Details

Model : PK61

Designer : POUL KJAERHOLM

Period : 1956

Origin : Denmark

Material : Satinpolished stainless steel

Dimension : 80 x 80 cm  H32cm

 

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2 ELEMENTS “ALBER” TABLE BY INDIA MAHDAVI

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India Mahdavi is a French architect and designer of Iranian-Egyptian origin. Since the beginning of her career in the 1990s, she has developed through her interior design projects a style associated with a certain vision of happiness and colour, which she has largely contributed to putting back on stage. Since then, his international success has led him to work with Maja Hoffmann, the Beaumarly group, the Valentino house, the Ladurée house, the Société des Bains de Mer de Monaco, etc. But also Alber Elbaz, Adel Abdessemed. She designs and designs private residences all over the world, from Paris to London, New York, Siwa to Egypt, Sydney, but also hotels, restaurants, shops. His objects, starting with the Bishop family, are among the most important icons of contemporary decorative art.

India Mahdavi’s signature celebrates a cosmopolitan, polychrome party, influenced by cinema, as much as by design and art. Abstract prints and figurative motifs with pop accents exalt a nomadic culture, of which the rue Las Cases, with three addresses in Paris (the studio, the showroom, the small objects), is the epicentre.

 

Details

Model : 2 ELEMENTS “ALBER” TABLE

Designer : INDIA MAHDAVI

Period : 2008

Material : BRASS AND TINTED WALLNUT

Dimension : Set: 70 x 290 x 140 cm    Small table: 70 x 92 x 140 cm    Large table: 70 x 200 x 140cm

 

 

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D.859.1 TABLE BY GIO PONTI

 

Giovanni “Gio” Ponti, (Milan, November 18, 1891 – Milan, September 16, 1979), is one of the Italian masters of architecture. He was also a designer and essayist and one of the most important of the twentieth century. Other than the great architectural works which carry his unmistakable signature, he created a vast amount of work in the furniture sector. This is demonstrated in his three Milanese houses which were fully furnished in the “Ponti” style. The houses in via Randaccio, 1925, Casa Laporte in via Brin, 1926 and the last in via Dezza, in 1957 is an “expression” of his home design ideas.

 

The D.859.1 table, designed primarily as a meeting table for up to ten people, stands out not only for its impressive size—over 3,60 meters long—but especially for its simple yet refined design. The legs are notable for their fine-membered modernity, creating a trapezoidal single-span bridge upon which the large tapered top conveys the idea of aerodynamics.

 

Details

Model : D.859.1

Designer : GIO PONTI

Dimension : 360 X 112 X 75

 

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D.552.2 TABLE BY GIO PONTI

 

Giovanni “Gio” Ponti, (Milan, November 18, 1891 – Milan, September 16, 1979), is one of the Italian masters of architecture. He was also a designer and essayist and one of the most important of the twentieth century. Other than the great architectural works which carry his unmistakable signature, he created a vast amount of work in the furniture sector. This is demonstrated in his three Milanese houses which were fully furnished in the “Ponti” style. The houses in via Randaccio, 1925, Casa Laporte in via Brin, 1926 and the last in via Dezza, in 1957 is an “expression” of his home design ideas.

 

D.552.2 – SMALL TABLES

Architecture, a pan virtuosity, acrobatic proportions and an intersection of joints. An infinite table which is a geometric dialogue between the glass and rosewood – lightness and abstraction distilled.
D.552.2 small table, in wood with a glass top, designed for the American company. The D.552.2 small table, made of solid rosewood with satinized bronze legs and an ultra light transparent triangular top.

 

Details

Model : D.552.2

Designer : GIO PONTI

Dimension : 83,2 x 78,9 x 40 cm

 

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ARCHETYPE COFFEE TABLE BY DESTROYERS/BUILDERS

 

DESTROYERS BUILDERS

Destroyers/Builders is a Brussels based design studio, initially founded by Linde Freya Tangelder. With a focus on materiality the studio strives for sensory relevance and cultural value in detail and bigger scale. Their works have a sculptural and architectural character, but are always on the edge of contemporary material use and traditional crafts. The studio takes on projects that range from commissions to self-initiated projects, and extends across the realms of both product and interior design.

A human approach is reflected in the projects of destroyers/builders. Working with a wide range of materials – both high en low valued materials -, new values arise. Based on a method where an interaction between the architectural, sculptural and material can be seen, both limited editions and objects and projects in commission from the base of the studio.

 

ARCHETYPE COFFEE TABLE

Archetype Coffee Table embodies a compelling tension between contemporary and traditional crafts. With its carved structure, an intensive method to form a surface that is touchable and tactile. The machine made chipwood is transformed into a structured coffee table. The carved surface of the table reinforces the sculptural character of the object.

 

Details

Model : ARCHETYPE COFFEE TABLE

Designer : DESTROYERS/BUILDERS

Editor : DESTROYERS/BUILDERS

Period : 2018

Dimension : 60 x 120 x 35 cm

Material : chipwood, lacquer, pigment

 

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HORN VARIATIONS BY DESTROYERS/BUILDERS

 

DESTROYERS BUILDERS

Destroyers/Builders is a Brussels based design studio, initially founded by Linde Freya Tangelder. With a focus on materiality the studio strives for sensory relevance and cultural value in detail and bigger scale. Their works have a sculptural and architectural character, but are always on the edge of contemporary material use and traditional crafts. The studio takes on projects that range from commissions to self-initiated projects, and extends across the realms of both product and interior design.

A human approach is reflected in the projects of destroyers/builders. Working with a wide range of materials – both high en low valued materials -, new values arise. Based on a method where an interaction between the architectural, sculptural and material can be seen, both limited editions and objects and projects in commission from the base of the studio.

 

HORN VARIATION I & II

As being intrigued by horn – a material that became a grievous and actual subject – the aim emerged to honor the horn, without touching but only by watching and exploring the beautiful color variations that can be found. Applied in many painted layers by designers’ hand – a fake horn effect is formed, which varies from multiple color ranges.

 

Details

Model : HORN VARIATIONS

Designer : DESTROYERS/BUILDERS

Editor : DESTROYERS/BUILDERS

Period : 2018

Dimension : 30 x 30 x 42 cm and 30 x 30 x 36 cm

Material : wood, paint, lacquer

 

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SCIARA COFFEE TABLES BY PAOLA LENTI

The top décor is made by hand and makes each single piece unique. The material, the particular production process and technique lead to different patterns on each tile, which in turn form tops, which are different from one another, even within the same batch. Irregularity is the featuring characteristics of this production process.

The particular délabré finish of the bases is made by De Castelli on an exclusivity basis.

The product can be used also in interior environments.

Details

Model : SCIARA COFFEE TABLES

Designer : M. FERRERA

Editor : PAOLA LENTI

Period : 2016

Origin : ITALY

Material : STEEL AND LAVA STONE TILES GLASS DECOR

Dimension : L 43 x D 43 x H 40 cm; L 64 x D 64 x H 28 cm; L 99 x D 99 x H 28 cm

 

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CALATINI SIDE TABLES BY PAOLA LENTI

The side tables are decorated by hand by Nicolò Morales. The material, the particular handwork and the production technique lead to colour and design differences between tables, even from the same batch and typology. The irregularity and the uniqueness of each item are sought after; they are the featuring characteristics of this series and are not eligible for claims or return of goods, since it is impossible to guarantee identical pieces neither within the same order nor in future orders.

The product can be used also in interior environments.

Details

Model : CALATINI SIDE TABLES

Designer : M. MERENDI

Editor : PAOLA LENTI

Period : 2016

Origin : ITALY

Material : CERAMIC DECORATED BY HAND

Dimension : D 52 x H 35 cm; D 41 x H 23 cm: D 39 x H 30 cm; D 44 x H 31 cm

 

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BLACK TRIPTYCH BY KASPAR HAMACHER

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Le designer belge Kaspar Hamacher fait des tables à base de rondins de bois et du feu. Appelé Ausgebrannt (brulé en allemand).

La Nature est son domaine de recherche où le design devient une intervention physique plus que conceptuelle pour transformer un élément naturel (sa matière, sa forme) en un objet fonctionnel. La rudesse et la génuinité de la nature jouent un rôle central dans son travail. Il s’intéresse à la création de produits purs et honnêtes caractérisés par des formes harmonieuses.

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Taking nature as his basis, Kaspar Hamacher (1981), Eupen, (BE) is focused resolutely on physical rather than conceptual design. As he says himself, he feels more craftsman than designer The things he can do with wood appeal to the imagination: whether it is a tree stump or a piece of leather, the key is authenticity in every step of his design process. Hamacher’s working method always results in a unique, personal piece. A piece of design with a deeper meaning; with a soul.

Details

Model : BLACK TRIPTYCH

Designer : KASPAR HAMACHER

Editor : KASPAR HAMACHER

Period : 2018

Origin : BELGIUM

Material : BURNED WOOD

 

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