Occasional Sculpture Pieces
The Slit Table is a simple metal side table in three shapes: round, rectangular, and hexagonal. This origami-inspired design is named after the slit that emerges when the plate frame is folded underneath the tabletop. Slit Table is available in a variety of colors and finishes for use on its own or arranged in pairs or clusters.
Polygon Wire Table
In their expression of pure geometry, Polygon Wire Tables provide an elegant solution to the need for all manner of surfaces, at home, the office, and elsewhere. The structure of the table’s wire base yields a dual advantage: a symmetry of form that uses minimal material for maximum strength and a logical method for scaling up or down in size and height to accommodate various dimensions of round, triangle, and hexagon tops. By unifying the color of base and top, a single table has a subtle appearance, and a gathering of nested tables creates an organic composition.
Eames Walnut Stools
Ray and Charles Eames designed the Eames Walnut Stools to function as stools or side tables - whatever the need requires. Crafted from solid turned walnut, these sculptural accent pieces feature concave tops and bottoms with a choice of three distinctively shaped center sections.
Whether set alongside its complementary seating or alone, the tables in Vincent Van Duysen’s Brabo lounge collection lend warmth and elegance to any space. Marrying the heritage of age-old craftsmanship with an architect’s eye for clean lines and rigorous form, each piece is painstakingly detailed and comes in a choice of solid wood or metal finishes.
Noguchi Rudder Table
An updated archival piece from 1949, the Noguchi Rudder Table is a sculptural and deceptively simple coffee table designed by Isamu Noguchi. It stands on two chrome hairpin legs and one in wood reminiscent of a ship’s rudder. Graceful and visually light, the table has Trivalent chrome steel legs that offer a pleasing contrast to the natural look of the rudder and top - available in Walnut, Ebony on Maple, or White Ash finish options.
Magis Traffic Lounge Furniture
Designed by Konstantin Grcic for Magis, the Traffic collection of lounge furniture provides a study in contrasts: hard and soft, linear and volumetric, playful and sophisticated. Steel rod frames, with their parallel and intersecting lines, bring energy to each piece. Cushion blocks, neatly upholstered in fabric or leather, communicate an inviting sense of comfort and calm. Playing with proportions, Grcic expanded the Traffic idea to create a vocabulary of different seating forms: an armchair, sofas, benches, and a chaise lounge. Later, he extended the concept to create low tables with a choice of stone tops that seem to float above their angular metal frames.