Friday, October 23, 2009


Often referred to as occasional tables these side companions offer surface assistance for endless applications. Dimensions vary to accommodate particular space requirement; higher or lower and wider or more narrow. The choices of materials are infinite: marble, veneer, or laminate table tops paired with countless base configurations. Some present and vintage table options to reference:

Andoo side table by Eoos for Walter Knoll
Tulip by Eero Saarinen for Knoll
Wire base by Charles & Ray Eames for Herman Miller
Little Friend by Kasper Salto for Fritz Hansen
Illusion by Jean Marie Massaud for Glas Italia
Alice cube by Jean Marie Massaud for Glas Italia
Tod by Todd Bracher for Zanotta
Volcano by Paola Navone for Poliform
Three Sofa by Jasper Morrison for Cappellini
Mini steel by Carlo Colombo for Cappellini
Gong by Guilio Cappellini for Cappellini
Loto Simplice by Antonio Citterio for Maxalto
SMTM by Antonio Citterio for Maxalto
Pace Collection, vintage
Edward Wormley, vintage
Paul McCobb, vintage
Isamu Noguchi, vintage
Hans Eichenberger for Stendig, vintage
Pinwheel by Peter Hvidt, vintage
Charles & Ray Eames, vintage
George Nakashima, vintage
Milo Baughman, vintage

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PK 71 nesting tables by Poul Kjaerholm for Fritz Hansen (top)
Side table for Altamira, vintage (2nd)
Lacquered X-base by Karl Springer, vintage (3rd)
Prismatic by Isamu Noguchi for Vitra (4th)
Bias by John Hutton for HBF (bottom)

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