/images/products/thumbs/1641.jpg Piero Lissoni's 9 Round Low Table is a sophisticated design that employs a minimal palette of materials while reinforcing a singular form: the circle. A cylindrical marble base supports a round coffee-colored glass top that features a metal lip around the edge, further highlighting the circular motif expressed through the table. 9 Round Low Table Piero Lissoni
/images/products/thumbs/952.jpg The Bell Coffee Table by Sebastian Herkner turns our perceptual habits on their head, using the lightweight, fragile material of glass as base for a metal top that seems to float above it. Hand-blown in the traditional manner using a wooden mold, the transparent tinted glass base asserts a sculptural presence in a space, contrasting intriguingly with the solid brass frame on top. Bell Coffee Table Sebastian Herkner
/images/products/thumbs/1250.jpg The Bell Coffee Table by Sebastian Herkner turns our perceptual habits on their head, using the lightweight, fragile material of glass as base for a metal top that seems to float above it. Hand-blown in the traditional manner using a wooden mold, the transparent tinted glass base asserts a sculptural presence in a space, contrasting intriguingly with the solid copper frame on top. Bell Coffee Table Copper Edition Sebastian Herkner
/images/products/thumbs/896.jpg The soft Fanning Stool designed by Molo is a versatile and spontaneous piece that can be used as a stool or low table with a tray placed on top. Fanning Stool Molo Design
/images/products/thumbs/1579.jpg Capturing a moment in time, Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka has created a series of low tables that resemble the flowing water of a fountain frozen in crystal. The Fountain Low Tables are a precious and poetic collection that harmoniously meld the tradition of Murano glass craftsmanship with industrial processes for a dazzling display of design and production. Fountain Low Tables Tokujin Yoshioka
/images/products/thumbs/523.jpg Minna Niskakangas' Illusion Side minimal design gives the appearance of lightness while adding functionality to a wide variety of spaces. Available in two sizes, the tray-top table is designed for flexibility; made of lacquered steel, the frame of three legs supports a tray that may be removed and used as a decorative or serving object around the house. Illusion Side Table Minna Niskakangas
/images/products/thumbs/1637.jpg Expressing a functionalist aesthetic through its pure form, the LC10 Square Low Table is an icon of early modern design. The table, designed by the trio of influential architects Le Corbusier, Charlotte Perriand, and Pierre Jeannette, has been reduced to its purest form: a metal frame and a sheet of square glass. LC10 Square Low Table Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand
/images/products/thumbs/1337.jpg Marked by their sinuous voids, the Softer Than Steel Tables have been designed to allow overlapping and intersecting without intrusion. Designed by renowned Japanese studio Nendo, the tables are part of a larger collection of chairs, benches, and accessories highlighting the delicate malleability of thin steel. Softer Than Steel Table with Cutout Nendo
/images/products/thumbs/1657.jpg Luca Nichetto found inspiration in the compactness and flexibility of serving trays for his Torei Tables, a dynamic collection of small tables in various shapes, sizes and finishes produced by Cassina. The family of tables are united by their thick tops in ash wood or American walnut which feature gentle curved edges, refined radiuses, and a subtle lip around their top edges that contain the contents of the tabletop just like their inspiration. Torei Tables Luca Nichetto
/images/products/thumbs/1234.jpg Simple, modern and architectural, the Trio Side Table designed by Juian Appelius can hold even the heaviest of tomes. Available in two sizes its three rounded peg legs and varied surface levels provide a wealth of surface area with a very small footprint. Trio Side Table Julian Appelius