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    Yumi, low table by Bendtsen Design Associates. Yumi is a coffe table with a very simple principle and sophisticated language. It is made up of three legs, held together by three semicircles, and by the glass top.

  • Nanà Table, low table by Annabel Karim Kassar. A collection which explores different styles and brings together distant worlds.

    Marble Calacatta top with black steel frame.

    Width:90cm  Depth:90cm  Height:32cm

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    Not a Harem, low table by Annabel Karim Kassar.

    The Salon Nanà collection is the result of a collaboration with the French-Lebanese architect Annabel Karim Kassar. Its name is designed to evoke images of convivial atmospheres like the ones you might expect to find in the literary circles of the late-19th century.

    Not a Harem little side tables feature a black metallic base covered by a top with an Oriental motif influenced by Moorish and crusade patterned tiles imprinted on canvas. The side tables are decorated with burnished studs.

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    Top in steel plate, base is tubular steel with chrome
    finish .

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    Phoenix, low table by Patricia Urquiola. Two tables, horizontal surfaces such as two-dimensional projections of organic forms, glide over one another, overlap. The result is an uneven and harmonious composition, enhanced by the choice of material and color of the floor.

    Ovoid side tables, available with steel or wooden base. Base in powder coated steel, height 27 or 33 cm with top in Laminam veneer.

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    Net, low table by Benjamin Hubert. Side tables: expanded steel with powder coat finish. Available in two sizes.

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    Nanook, low table by Philippe Bestenheider. This taut skin evokes memories of the animal it once was. The same skin, pleated, gives us the three-dimensionality of a chair or armchair. The structure is a hexagonal network inspired by molecular geometry or a snowflake.

    Top is sheet steel, legs are tubular steel with powder coat finish or polished gold chrome finish.

  • Morning Glory, low table by Marc Thorpe. The Morning Glory takes its name from the flowering vine. The vines grow and wrap around each other reinforcing the structure of the plant.  The petals of the table overlap each other producing a multi layered system of surface and color.

    Width: 49cm  Depth:45cm  Height:61cm

  • Naturale, low table by Mayr & Glatzl, the key inspiration for Il Naturale was to create a dining table with a puristic and straight shape that highlights the unique character, natural structure and beauty of solid wood with all the
    natural knots, grains and texture.

    Top and base are solid oak dried with natural proceedings. Legs are always black painted.

    Width:100cm  Depth:100cm

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    The Gogan collection is completed by coffee tables in various sizes, which evoke natural shapes and are characterized, like the sofa, by the structure’s reinforcements. The design of the coffee table, a comfortable furnishing accessory to accompany a sofa or armchair, is reminiscent of stones sculpted by wind and water: solid, yet soft at the same time.

    The Gogan coffee table top is available with a marble or glass finish, while the base comes in oak wood.

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    The Fishbone collection features a decorative herringbone motif that gives a contemporary interpretation of the traditional technique of inlaying, accentuating the various finishes and the different colours. The original combinations play on the apparently random juxtaposition of natural patterns in pastel shades, including horn, mustard enamel, military colours, petrol blue and sand. Available in two sizes and two different patterns.

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    The Pylon table owes its name to an electricity pylon, which provided the inspiration for the structure of this design’s legs.

    It draws energy from the contrast between the intentionally artificial-looking marble-effect top and the powder-coated black metal base, with its clean but aggressive lines. Available in two shapes.

  • Overdyed, low table by Diesel Designers. The paint detail in these products is particularly important as it creates a special vintage effect.
    Top in MDF with aniline-dyed ash veneer. Base in steel varnish.
    Diameter: 50cm    Height: 35cm
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    Cloud, low table by Nendo, available in three sizes. Tops are perforated steel with powder coat finish; legs are steel with powder coat finish; on polypropylene glides.
  • Banjooli is part of M’Afrique collection, a range of chairs, tables and armchairs conceived by the designer n Sebastian Herkner and produced by African craft weavers using the yarn of fishing nets. Painted steel base and colored polyethylene threads handwoven; on PVC glides.

    Diameter: 50cm  Height: 46cm

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    Armada side table is part of the Armada collection designed by Nipa Doshi & Jonathan Levien, a sculptural seating collection designed for open work and lounge spaces.
    Base in tubular steel with powder coat bronze finish. Top in MDF with glass.