Tables are pieces of furniture that have a flat smooth surface and are supported by one or more legs. Serving a range of specialized tasks, uses, and spatial demands, tables are adjustable and adaptable to the wide spectrum of human activities and functions. The design of a table is commonly concerned with elements that include the size, height and shape of the tabletop surface, type of legs, flexibility, adaptability, portability, weight, and materiality.
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The IKEA Lisabo side table is a solid birch table on four angled legs with a beveled top surface. Designed by Knut and Marianne Hagberg in 2016 to celebrate the distinct feeling of wood products, the slanted profiles of the IKEA Lisabo give a modern and handcrafted feel to the entire furniture line. The IKEA Lisabo side table has a tabletop width of 17 3/4” | 45 cm and height of 17 3/4” | 45 cm.
The Min Table is a clean-lined dining table designed to be quiet and unassuming. Designed by Luciano Bertoncini in 2011, the simple steel framed Min Table comes in Small and Large variations that can sit between four and eight people respectively. The Min Table has a height of 28.25” | 71.6 cm, a length of 71” | 180.3 cm (Large), and widths of 34.5” | 87.6 cm (Large, Small).
Materials: Steel frame, tempered glass or powder-coated steel top
Designer: Luciano Bertoncini
Min Table, Large & Small long side elevation, long side (objects), short side, plan (large), plan (small)
The Krusin Coffee Table is a square shaped low coffee table with an inset glass or marble table top within a wooden frame. Designed by Marc Krusin in 2011, the Krusin Coffee Table has a low surface height of 10” | 25.4 cm and widths of 36” | 91.4 cm. The mortise-and-tenon frame is available in a range of woods that include ash, oak, or walnut, and paired with either a marble or glass surface.
Materials: Wood frame (ash, oak, walnut), glass or satin marble top
Designer: Marc Krusin
Krusin Coffee Table side elevation, side (objects), plan
The Min Bedside Table with Pedestal Base is a sleek bedside table consisting of a fluidly molded steel base and minimal drawer and top. Designed by Luciano Bertoncini in 2010 to pair with the Min Bed, the Min Bedside Table with Pedestal Base prioritizes its slim aesthetic instead of providing the additional storage options found in the Min Bedside Table with Shelf. The Min Bedside Table with Pedestal Base is 19 3/4” | 50.2 cm wide, 15 3/4” | 40 cm deep, and 17 3/4” | 45.1 cm tall.
Materials: Powder-coated steel base and top, frosted glass or walnut top
Designer: Luciano Bertoncini
Min Bedside Table with Pedestal Base front elevation, front (objects), side, plan
The Lauki Bedside Table is a minimal three-drawer bedside table with details that emphasize a frameless aesthetic. Designed by Ibon Arrizabalaga in 2008, the Lauki Bedside Table quietly appears like a block of floating drawers. The Lauki Bedside Table is 19 3/4” | 50.2 cm wide, 17” | 43.2 cm deep, and 19” | 48.3 cm tall.