This teak drop leaf dining or console table was designed by Poul M. Volther for Frem Røjle and produced in 1956. The piece features a brass-hinged top that simply and easily folds over to create a demilune table which could also be used as a console table or a smaller dining table for two.
This dining table or console was designed by Alvaro Siza for the Boa Nova Tea House in Portugal. When folded, the dimensions are 250 x 60 cm. When extended, the dimensions are 250 x 100 cm.
Rectangular dining table or console designed by Jean Charles and Willy Rizzo circa 1970. Rectangular barrel formed travertine pedestal with polished travertine table top with brass finished corners.
A double take on the table with a traditional cabriole leg, the Crusty table by Nigel Coates has a very special leg that has been processed digitally; Coates adjusted a scan of an original leg from Fratelli Boffi’s archive, and by adjusting the settings, came up with this Scubist version. Table available in any finish with a beveled glass or beech wood top. Also available in console form. Glass and solid wood with legs in hand-carved Beech Variations Various wood finishes available Made in...