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Originally designed for Swedish National Museum of Art, the Draft table series is a collection of side and dinner tables in a variety of sizes.
When creating the table, Designer in Chief Chris Martin wanted to scale down all details not adding function, that could disturb the museum and its surroundings.
- Chris Martin, UK
- Solid Beech
- Made in Europe
- Height 73cm / 18.9"
- Width/Length 70cm / 27.6"
In 2009 two designers, sharing a neo-modernist vision of functional, elegant design, decided to break free of PR-driven product strategies to create a furniture company focusing on the interplay between object and context. In order to realise their vision, they assumed control of the entire production chain – manufacturing, sales and marketing. This pioneering approach has paid off handsomely, not only in design clarity, but also in distinguished awards, renowned clients and representation in the permanent collection of the Swedish National Museum of Arts.