Tag: "Table"

Sir Gio table

The table designed by Philippe Starck represents yet another innovative twist in the use of polycarbonate. The central base is produced using a mould of elevated technological innovation: the moulded plastic material ensures excellent performance and stability to support a glass top.

A tabletop of extruded aluminium with a minimal profile

Inspired by the work Oscar Tusquets and Lluis Clotet have carried out for Bd Barcelona since the early 80’s Konstantin Grcic has designed a wing-like table top using extruded aluminium profiles. Table B spans a maximum length of 3,6 meters and comes with three optional substructures in solid oak, stainless steel or artificial stone.

Desk made of solid oak, offering a real storage solution

Metis is a compact desk made of solid oak, offering a real storage solution. This desk helps you keep your workspace tidy and organized with three drawers, one secret compartment and two lidded sections. Metis not only hides the wires and the electric cables, but it also comes equipped with several compartments for storage.

Petra side tables, sculpted/machined from solid marble

The reference to mooring bollards was natural for this company located in Saint Jean de Luz. Machined from solid marble, Petra is the perfect illustration of raw material design. These small and unusual tables, which can be used alone or in pairs, both indoors and outdoors, provide a focal point that blend into the most varied surroundings.

NSEPS (Not So Expanded Polystyrene) – Silo Studio

They invented a new manufacturing process that involves steaming polystyrene beads inside fabric moulds. They used the process, called NSEPS (Not So Expanded Polystyrene), to create this range of furniture. Steaming causes the beads to melt, expand and fuse together, distorting their moulds.

Boiacca table. Elegant and resistant

The Boiacca table stands out for its material, typically used for modern architecture, which has been taken to the limit and is also increasingly used in the design field: cement with a special formula and internal reinforcements in stainless steel, the cement legs are incredibly thin, elegant and resistant, allowing the Boiacca table to be used either indoors or outdoors.

Soba. Trestle and bench by Stefan Diez for Japan Creative

Soba reinterprets the traditional bamboo bench, an object still used in lots of places in Japan and which became such an almost invisible object, by adding a twist in its construction to allow it to be easily assembled.

Officina Collection. Bouroullec for Magis

Wrough iron – the shaping of iron by hammering – is one of the oldest techniques for making objects. For Magis Officina collection, Bouroullec wanted to work with this ancient process and give it a new visual language.

Barstool, sidechair, chair, armchair and table. 404 Family for Thonet by Stefan Diez

More than 180 years ago Michael Thonet started to make chairs and furniture according to his patented process by bending wood. This makes his company the world’s oldest industrial furniture manufacturer. Its products are indissolubly linked to the coffee-house style of the 19th century and the Bauhaus period.

TUNE Chair & Table by Stefan Diez

Its form results from a special industrial process involving considerable investments for the development and construction of press dies to make the steel light and stable. As a further step, the Tune Chair was developed in cooperation with Schellmann Furniture following a post-production idea.The metal construction of the Tune Table is inspired by the first paper models of chassis chair.

Behind the design of sandbox by Alex Rochat

Today we come up with a type of video we really like. Lunar’s Senior Industrial Designer, Alex Rochat, talks about his creative inspiration and process for designing Sandbox. This video proves what at The Method Case we try to show everyday: “How design process can evoke into really new products and can bring pleasant surprises”.

Pneu table by Il Hoon Roh

The designer’s main purpose for this project was to develop a method to combine two different families of self form-finding structures. The designer began researching pneumatic structures as such structures are among the self form-finding structures found in the natural world which have been the basis of the designer’s other projects.

Round and round table by Max Lamb

Round and round table by Max Lamp is a small table of four parts, each screwing into the next, from a solid oak disc a table grows upwards. This small table functions from a threaded central leg that allows the table adjust from any height up to 600mm. The table comes as individual parts and is easily twisted together. The design was inspired by a recent discovery of a simply thread-cutting tool that allows Max cut perfect threads in wooden dowels by hand, without the need for a lathe.

Furniture made of concrete by Paulsberg

Spurt is made of one piece out of carbon-textile reinforced concrete. Inspired by the silhouette of a sprinter just about to start the race, the lounge chair combines strength and vitality. With its ergonomically shaped form, Spurt offers comfort, that goes far beyond common concrete or stone furniture. Due to the complexity of its shape the chair is handmade. Spurt is available as an indoor as well as an outdoor model.

To be continued by Julien Carretero

To be continued rewound deals with the ‘unmaking of’ a To be continued sideboard cabinet. The piece, which got heavily damaged during the transport back from an exhibition, was declared total loss by the official surveyor appointed by the insurance company. In order to be able to process to the indemnification of the studio for the loss, the insurance company requested the complete destruction of the piece.
We thought it would be more interesting to turn this meaningless destruction into a project in itself, into a kind of performance.

126 Pewter desk casting by Max Lamb

Sand casting is one of the earliest forms of casting due to its simplicity and low-tech materials required. Sand casting produces metal components with a rough sand-like texture, often with a crude degree of accuracy, and therefore requires various finishing techniques to improve the surface finish. This time, well known designer Max Lamb returned to his origins with sand-casting methods he experimented while studying at the RCA.


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