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Although dining chairs and tableware are crucial for overall aesthetics, a dining table sets the tone of your dining room. This week, we present you with five dynamic and brilliantly unique dining tables designed to be the center of a dining room.
Space Copenhagen, 2015
The Moon Collection consists of a series of dining and lounge tables in solid oak with a half or moon-shaped base. With reference to traditional Danish carpentry, the Moon series is an exploration between surfaces and finishes.
Achille Castiglioni, 1995
Tavolo ’95 is a solid yet ethereal table by the brilliant Achille Castiglioni. The top, in your choice of marble, floats lightly, as if suspended over the base. Slender hidden brackets support the top to create this particular visual effect.
Poul Kjaerholm, 1963
The PK54™ dining table is a study in contrasting materials and forms. A solid and functional table which seats up to 6 people, this iconic marble table is available with an optional solid maple expansion ring that interlocks without any tools. Once the ring is added, the table seats 12.
Angelo Mangiarotti, 1978
A development on the previous Eros system, the Incas features the same structural idea of balance. It was later designed in other stone materials with suitable finishes, and is now being produced in a sophisticated solid wood version, proving that any great idea can be further developed without losing any of its force or poignancy.
Mathias Hahn, 2015
Building upon his successful 2014 design, the M11 Console Desk, Mathias Hahn created the M11 dining table. This table is produced in an eco-conscious factory using only the finest sustainably-harvested solid woods. Available in a variety of sizes, from a small square-top table to a long formal dining table, M11’s sleek and simple lines will complement a variety of environments.