Normann Copenhagen Designs Tables Fit for a Game of Chess
Although it looks like a piece from a chess game played by giants, Bit is, in fact, an indoor/outdoor table (or stool or pedestal) that is ever at the ready for a vase of flowers, a novel, or an unexpected guest. Designer Simon Legald wanted to create something that satisfied not only functional needs but also psychological and aesthetic ones, too.
He was inspired by monoliths and columns, transforming their clear-cut forms into something both bold and multipurpose. The 17-inch-tall piece is made entirely of low-density polyethylene industrial waste, and the pixelated coloration owes to small bits of the recycled materials. Available in multiple colorways, with or without sprinkles. Through Allsteel.
Pasquale Apollonio, Riccardo Crenna and Simona Flacco Launch Furniture Brand, Vero
Vero, the brand-new furniture brand from Pasquale Apollonio, Riccardo Crenna, and Simona Flacco, debuts their intriguing offerings.
This Side Table by Piero Lissoni is Bursting with Personality
Piero Lissoni’s Thierry side table is a colorful personality on its own, but even better deployed in a grouping.
GRT Unveils a Table Suite That Honors Architect Thomas Henry Poole
In a table suite named after late architect Thomas Henry Poole, GRT Architects blend craftsmanship and unexpected color.
Uncover Historic References in Arte’s Latest Wallcoverings
The ancient city of Babylon inspired Arte’s latest line of textile wallcoverings, which draws the pictographic writing that Mesopotamians carved into clay tablets.
A Character-Filled L.A. Home Inspires Beni Rug’s New Line
A home in the Los Angeles hills that was once an enclave for psychedelic experimentation and sun worship inspires Beni Rug’s latest collection.
This New Table Collection Shows the Richness of Natural Stone
Budde conceives Five x Seven, a collection of five tables (a console plus coffee and side tables) made from seven types of colorful stone.