Caulfield

Coffee Tables

Caulfield

Caulfield

Three coffee tables with a natural bent for lightness. The emphasis could be on the design of empty spaces, since the use of materials has been reduced to the smallest possible extent. Thin columns supporting the minimal surfaces are all that is left. What a character, what expressive power, anyway! “Less is more“.

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Caulfield ‘Outdoor’

Caulfield ‘Outdoor’

The Caulfield coffee table is now available in an outdoor version with an innovative combination of materials. The airy metal structure comes in a palette of eye-catching colors – Clay, Sunflower, Khaki Green and Rust. The metal structure is first sandblasted to remove any imperfections and then epoxy powder-coated to ensure optimal resistance to corrosion […]

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Lou

Lou

Available in various sizes and finishes, arranging Lou coffee tables near one another calls to mind a charming domestic landscape. The construction of these tables is especially complex and combines modern technology with cabinetmaking tradition. The contoured internal structure is in MDF, sheathed in larch veneered plywood, which is then milled along the curved edges. […]

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Noor

Noor

The sculptural shape of the Noor coffee table is grounded in the choice of a material with the plasticity of ceramics. It is made using an ancient, hand-crafted technique that lends each piece a unique personality. Two truncated cones merge into a single, unique shape to form a coffee table whose iconic personality is further […]

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Song

Song

A lavish collection of extremely versatile coffee tables, thanks to the variety of finishes, shapes, and number of sizes available. Made entirely of solid brushed ash with a painted Black finish, the base of the Song coffee tables reveals its ancestry, firmly-established in the cabinet-making tradition, while the finishes for the table tops communicate an […]

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Kay

Kay

The unconventional design and intriguing combination of materials of the Kay coffee table convey a very bold personality. The understated support is in metal with Black-Nickel finish, while the substantial table-top surface is made of brushed larch with stained Licorice or Dove Grey color finish. The Kay coffee table comes in two heights, multiplying its […]

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Ellis

Ellis

Created as table-top surfaces for conversation zones, their restrained elegance and great number of shapes available allow the Ellis coffee tables to fit comfortably in many different settings. The tops in extra-clear glass or Smoked Grey glass with rounded edge draw attention to the design of the metal base with embossed Black painted finish. The […]

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Calder Coffee Table

Calder Coffee Table

A large family: a low coffee table and a high one, a rectangle and a square; an oversized version has also been developed; a sort of new side table designed for flexible use. Several tops are available, all sharing the same fine quality: Marquina and Afyon black marble, ebony and oak. The thin bases, clear-cut […]

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Leger ‘Outdoor’

Leger ‘Outdoor’

Derived from the Leger indoor side table, which was presented for the first time in 1998, the outdoor version is outlined by the essential geometry. Reminescent of the classic valet coffee tables, it can be easily combined with the seats of the Outdoor collection. It is available in one size with an outdoor metal paint […]

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Duchamp ‘Outdoor’

Duchamp ‘Outdoor’

Minotti Studio design A re-edition of an indoor side table of 1998, Duchamp “Outdoor” recalls the structure and the mono-material surface of the original concept. Extremely linear, it is inspired by the outlines of cubist volumes, emptied of their mass, in a perfect balance of proportions. Closed by a squared or rounded top, it is […]

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Oliver

Oliver

The inspiring principle of the Black-Nickel or varnished Pewter colour structure of the Oliver family of tables is the fascinating visual effect of a metal stem that melts into a diffused flow. With a gesture dear to the Modern Movement, the base evolves seamlessly from a thin tube into a circular base, offering a continuous […]

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Boden

Boden

The table-sculpture of organic matrix signed by Gordon Guillaumier, designer of cosmopolitan training, returns in an updated edition. While keeping the original imprinting linked to the idea of a compact and excavated volume, the new version accentuates the play of solids and voids, of concave and convex shapes, of contrasts between the glossy Sand-lacquered interior […]

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Shields

Shields

The Shields table is marked by a strong sculptural imprint which recalls examples of contemporary sculpture of the Seventies. Designed as a geometric volume, in the shape of a cylinder divided into two offset parts, it is complemented by a shield in curved steel sheet with Black-Nickel finish. An interplay of black and white characterizes […]

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Milton

Milton

Formed by the juxtaposition of suspended geometric volumes and reduced heights, the Milton side tables are available in the circular, square, rectangular and trapezoidal versions. The geometries are softened by the rounded corners that recall the sinuous curves of the Alexander “Drop” seating system. Characterized by a more contemporary and decorative reinterpretation of the lines […]

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Rays

Rays

Defined by their thin thickness and their ethereal structure, the Rays tables are completed by the top available in an irregular or rounded organic shape. The radiused base, consisting of a bundle of metal rods that fold and rise vertically, supports the top, in marble or wood. From the Pewter-coloured finishing of the base to […]

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Bender

Bender

In a manifest homage to the world of contemporary sculpture, the Bender side table reinterprets, on a reduced scale, the concept of a sheet of metal affected by the motion of a wave that curves and stretches. A sharp and decisive mark gives shape to the metal sheet of the base on top of which […]

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Ring

Ring

Faithful to his design philosophy, which often challenges the rules of geometry, Nendo has conceived Ring, a family of five tables that play with contrasts between straight lines and curves. The design of the light metal structure, defined by orthogonal lines, is interrupted by large rings, placed in different positions. In addition to breaking the […]

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Waves

Waves

With a direct reference to the undulating profile of the ocean, the Waves coffee table consists of a Smoked Grey-coloured glass top, which is supported by a painted aluminium structure – in a Sand or Light Bronze tone on the outside, and a Pewter shade on the inside. The succession of inverted semicircles that make […]

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