Designer: David Tarcali at “Studio Nomad”
I have been wanting to show you these tables for a loooong time now but it has never really seemed like the right day. A lot is riding on this you see… Because if you don’t loose your s*** over these sumptuous Venus-de-Tables (secretly, on the inside of course – we’re still pretending we’re normal to non-furniture obsessed folk right?) then I’m not sure we can be friends.
There. I said it.
There is a graceful glamour to these pieces. The colours and the arrangement of the hemispheres make them aerial and light. The little collection has rhythm.
Huunnnnghhh *flaps arms like a two year old* I just found out while doing some extra research that these tables have just been used for window displays by my favourite fashion house COS! All my design faves are hooking up, switt swooo!
Ok, I’m calm.
Price wise, they’re all €300 or under. Studio Nomad tell us that you can get it made in any RAL colour but they don’ t say how much extra that is. I’ll have a look into that for you and put it in a comment below. Here is the RAL colour chart from the company I use for my bent steel work: RAL Colour Chart . Though be warned, no online, or printed, colour chart is ever a perfect match!
P.s. Here is an extra little cutie they make… 28degrees
You can buy the tables at Crowdy House for a limited time, after that I’d just contact Studio Nomad themselves (always the best way!).
Image Credits: Studio Nomad on Bēhance and Instagram.
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Designer: Xiral Segard
If you’ve seen my Pinterest page you’ll have noticed that I’m a fan of Brutalist architecture. Which makes me a big fan of this product. I don’t quiiite have enough money (yet!) to buy a massive bunker in the side of a Soviet mountain. That dream will have to wait. But this side table lets us drag Brutalism in from the cold, softening the edges a bit and making these Brutalist structures more accessible.
The cantilevered shape is taken directly from the water towers of the countryside in France, Segard’s home country. The concrete, now a fashionable furniture and product design material, doesn’t feel naff or hipster-y to me because of the clear architectural influence. The wooden top lifts off to reveal a storage chasm where the water would have been held in another life.
This item seems to have been in prototype stage since 2012. Does anyone know if it has gotten any further along in the production process? I’d very much like to see it get into the shops. Speak up Madame Segard!
Let us know in the comments if you would like to see this get produced. Encouragement may bear fruit..!
Image Source: Xiral Segard
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