The Bermuda Mega table has legs triangular frame which is very well suited to the way we sit at a table and make it easy to get around the table to place many people. Perfect as a table for example, large dinners.
As an optional extra as large office table with two compartments for cords and a cable tray under the table top.
Its function is evident; its design is refined. Block is a mobile side table on wheels that has a light and airy expression. Block is a versatile piece of furniture with many different uses in the home.
The name, Tablo, refers to the English 'table' and the French 'tableau', the latter meaning a scenic, organised arrangement. With its simple expression, Tablo fits into most interior styles and is available in a large and a small version. Tablo is quick and easy to assemble without the use of screws.
The Normann Copenhagen Ding table is inspired by ancient three-dimensional wooden brain teaser puzzles, the German designers Ding3000 have created a simple coffee table that is assembled without the help of screws and tools. The table consists quite simply of three legs made from oak. When put together they constitute a sculptural knot that works as the base for an exclusive glass tabletop.
The Normann Copenhagen Ding table is available in different colors with a transparent or smoked glass top.
Javier Moreno Studio has designed a simple table mirror for Normann Copenhagen. It includes several functions and has a delightfully organic mode of expression. Flip can be turned up, down and rotated 360 degrees. The tray design of the base means that Flip is both a traditional mirror and an easy and simple storage utility for your bits and bobs.
Javier Moreno Studio consciously avoided a geometric design for Flip. They wanted to use a freer and more organic shape for the mirror instead. The softness of the silhouette contrasts the glass and steel materials and gives the Flip a friendly and accommodating expression.
Beautiful solid oak barstool. Available in various finishes.
Eero Aarnio is not very known for its wood products, but the Rocket stool shows that Aarnio is skilled also in this field. Rocket is a bar stool whose sturdy puffy shape seems inviting to seat down. Aarnio originally designed the Rocket stool for his kitchen and it became part of Artek's selection after Tom Dixon saw it in Aarnio's kitchen.
Kiki Side Table in different finishes. Tapiovaara wanted to design inexpensive furniture for broader audience. He made use of materials that were readily available in Finland in the 1940s, such as solid birch.
The Trienna coffee table was designed by Ilmari Tapiovaara in 1954. Trienna is made of formed birch plywood with surface veneer and is a light weight table. Back in 1954 only a few model versions were made, while the serial production started only in 2007. In 2008 the Trienna coffee table was awarded the prize for “Best reissue table” by the UK design magazine “Wallpaper”.
The Paimio armchair is one of the most beautiful chairs designed by Alvar Aalto. Its lightness and structural genius are without compare. The Paimio chair was created as part of the Paimio Sanatorium overall project, which commission was received by Alvar Aalto in 1929 after winning a design competition.
Instead of using the traditional metal tubes, Aalto wanted something warmer and more human for the furniture. With this in mind, Aalto created in 1931 the Paimio chair, which was manufactured of bent plywood and laminated wood. Aalto wanted to create for the sanatorium pieces of furniture which would promote with their functionalism, but also with their beauty, patients’ well-being.
Beside the aesthetic reasons, the Paimio chair was designed also to make it easier for patients to breath. The Paimio Sanatorium’s design made Alvar Aalto famous worldwide as an architect, but it meant also the beginning of his career as a furniture designer.
Kanto is an incredibly simple item: a newspaper stand or firewood rack made from one bent plywood sheet. Kanto, designed by Pancho Nikander in 2004, continues with honour Artek's tradition of bent wood products.
Clothes tree designed by Anna Maija Jaatinen in 1964. The coat stand is available in white lacquered version and also in the black or white. The coat rack has a metal base with three legs which provides for extra stability. A beautiful coat rack of solid materials.