- In the fourth installment of our furniture series on tables (see past series on the Kitchen Table, Dining Table, and Coffee Table) we present the side table.
The MK1 morphs from a coffee table into a dining surface twice the size, all in two swift motions.
- Once a locker for a midnight loo, the bedside table has taken on a far sweeter function—and a score of forms for holding big dreams, and small specs, till the morning light.
KnollTextile's Nova fabric debuted in 1969, and the patterned drapery print by German designer Wolf Bauer was recently reintroduced as part of the popular Archival Collection. Comes available in the bright blue/plum colorway pictured, or a rich orange/berry combo.
Crafted from reclaimed timbers, this bedside stand need not be relegated to the bedroom. It could work as a sculptural piece anywhere.
Even with all the work that needed to be done, the house had some wonderful moments—like this corner window in the master bedroom. The roof of the area below will become a deck. Stay tuned for Post #2: Creating a Home.
- For Warren Platner, whose modernist pedigree would make any contemporary designer squeal, design was all about the right groovy palette for the right glitzy project. Minimalists need not apply.
Daniel Stromborg, who connected with the venerable American manufacturer while working in Don Chadwick’s L.A. studio on Knoll’s Spark Series, designed this collection of outdoor tables with powder-coated steel legs connected to a floating top.