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Thursday 19 September, 2013

The Italian Dining Way: The Cotto Table by Edra

In Italy, there is no more important piece of furniture than the dining table.  It is the lively, happy heart of the home.  The Cotto Table, designed by Fernando and Humberto Campana for Edra, is ready to bring a little of Italy’s family spirit to your mealtime gatherings.  The Cotto is ideal both indoors and […]


Friday 23 August, 2013

Textural Dining: Riva 1920′s Oak Table by Pierluigi Cerri

What happens when ordinary meets innovation?  When creativity overtakes convention?  Riva 1920’s new Oak Table by Pierluigi Cerri is a rustic re-examination of conventional materials.  It challenges your pre-conceived ideas of what dining room furniture can look like.  The Oak Table takes wood and metal, completely typical of dining room materials, and deconstructs a traditional […]


Wednesday 14 August, 2013

Unexpected Furniture Lightness: Transparent Slot Table by Eric Pfeiffer

The introduction of the Slot Table marks AMAC’s first venture into furniture. Inspired by the clean, square design of classic M Series boxes, this versatile acrylic side table is as functional as it is beautiful. Its transparency gives the Slot Table an unexpected lightness, while the reflective nature of the acrylic brightens a room without […]



Saturday 03 August, 2013

Sleek and Modern: The Ronda Coffee Table

There is no piece of furniture more intimate and inviting than a coffee table.  The Ronda Coffee Table is a fabulous example of a contemporary coffee table that is both stylish and innovative in its design. Manufactured by Tresserra, the Ronda Coffee Table takes a creative spin off of a very traditional piece of furniture. […]


Wednesday 25 April, 2012

Original Wood and Glass Table by Paco Camús: Yris

Paco Camús sent us photos of an impressive item in his Private Collection, an elegant furniture piece entitled Table Yris. The project was developed by using solid wood (American walnut) and glass (15 mm thick), with original results. Table Yris has a mixed surface, with the edges abruptly changing from wood to glass along its […]


Monday 23 April, 2012

Original Wood and Glass Table by Paco Camús: Yris

Paco Camús sent us photos of an impressive item in his Private Collection, an elegant furniture piece entitled Table Yris. The project was developed by using solid wood (American walnut) and glass (15 mm thick), with original results. Table Yris has a mixed surface, with the edges abruptly changing from wood to glass along its […]


Friday 06 April, 2012

Splitting Furniture Revealing Double Use – Within Seating/Side Table

There is no reason to fill up our homes with useless furniture and items that will soon fill up out storage spaces. Instead, we should keep an eye out for versatile furniture that uplifts our spirit with a carefully designed and studied body. Part of this type of furniture, the Within seating and side-table looks […]


Thursday 05 April, 2012

Splitting Furniture Revealing Double Use – Within Seating/Side Table

There is no reason to fill up our homes with useless furniture and items that will soon fill up out storage spaces. Instead, we should keep an eye out for versatile furniture that uplifts our spirit with a carefully designed and studied body. Part of this type of furniture, the Within seating and side-table looks […]


Friday 30 March, 2012

Accordion-Inspired Office Furniture: The Homework Table

Musical instruments are a noble and original source of inspiration for modern design. This accordion-inspired Homework Table, designed by Nika Zupanc is a relevant example. Seemingly a common, minimalist table at a first glance, this furniture item has a special feature hidden within. By turning a side handle, accordion folders come out of the table […]