Calvert and Charlotte Tables

Calvert and Charlotte Tables by Ferdinand Kramer | moddea

Developed in the 1950s by renowned architect and designer Ferdinand KramerCalvert and Charlotte coffee tables are some of the earliest examples of flat-pack furniture. Each table is made from a single plywood sheet; the top is cut from the center, and the base is formed from the remaining board. The re-editions are produced by German company e15.
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Diana A – F Tables

Diana A–F Tables by Konstantin Grcic for ClassiCon

Two weeks ago, I mentioned that Konstantin Grcic is one of my favorite designers. Except Tom Tom & Tam Tam Tables, I haven’t posted any of his projects yet. So here is a series of colorful and versatile tables; each is called Diana with a letter from A to F. Using only folds and intuitively playing with negative and positive space, he has created these beautiful 3-D forms out of single metal sheets. Manufactured by ClassiCon.
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