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4. The Qui Ottoman by Teknion aims to provide
versatility to the user through ease of adaptation and
reconfiguration in an ever-changing workplace. Available
in three diameters, the smallest has optional casters
and the largest has optional USB-power ports.
5. Taking inspiration from the Andes Mountain Range,
Chilean designer Ignacia Murtagh created the Los
Andes Collection for Bernhardt Designs. The sleek
design and angled lip of each table is an homage to
the way in which the Andes Mountains “are strong
and imposing, but at the same time, elegant and
slender,” said Murtagh.
6. Alwa I by Sebastian Herkner for Avenue Road
blends the simplicity of geometry and bold monochrome hues into dynamic, head-turning tables. Each
table features a 2” cast glass table top and metal frame,
which is meant to evoke the image of water, right down
to the air bubbles in the glass that give each table its
own character. Available in 14 color combinations.
7. For the Austin Table Desk by David Sutherland
for Maxine Snider, stunning beauty can be found
in elegant minimization. Featuring a finely crafted
walnut and hand-wrapped leather tabletop and a
dazzling metal base, the Austin Table Desk makes
a quiet yet refined statement.