Finding inspiration in the prehistoric monument Stonehenge, positioned asymmetrically and composed by a striking variety of finishes and materials – brass and marble. This piece promises to elevate your living space to the next level. The metallic hues make an elegant contrast while beautifully combine and pay tribute to the Neolithic and Bronze Age.
Using craftsmanship techniques such as Glass Work, Metal Work, Foundry and Marble Work, this beautiful exquisite piece, is handcrafted by the experienced master artisans at the brands’ workshops. Its finishes include Polished Stainless Steel and Marble Stone.
Limited Edition Side Table by Joseph Pagano
Inspired from modern timeless design and Joseph Pagano’s passion for working with natural materials, this unique limited edition piece is a must for any interior design lover.
This piece combines Spalted Beech wood and a Scaglione alabaster with hand forgedbrass stem.
“Pedra” Side Table by Patrick Dragonette
An elegant and unusual side table designed by Patrick Dragonette. Handcrafted with an exquisite agate top, inset within a polished brass frame with multiple hairpin legs.
Inspired by the Mid-Century Modern style, this side table combines Polished Agate, Polished Brass and Amethyst.
The enormous success of the Metamorphosis Series gave birth yet to another unique creation – Metamorphosis Side Table. Similar to the dramatic transformation and the sudden change in the animal’s body structure, Metamorphosis Side Table experiences new unexpected design techniques, noble finishes through a meticulous artistic process.
The side table is composed of two fragments, finished in mirror and noble marble and beautified by the presence of golden creatures that are prepared for their ultimate metamorphosis.
Quad Brass Table by Robert Kuo
Using an ancient technique called Hand Repousse, a traditional art of hand-hammering decorative relief onto sheet metal, this contemporary quad brass table with a smoke crystal top is hand carved by the most experienced master artisans.
The Repoussé Brass technique originated around 800 BC between Asia and Europe and in Chinese historical context, it began early as the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220). The technique involves using a Hammer and various shaping tools.
Monkey Side Table with Brass Tray by Jaime Hayon
Designed by Jaime Hayon for BD Barcelona, this Limited Edition Monkey side table, here featured in red with brass tray, is also available in other materials and finishes.
This contemporary design piece is made using cast concrete.
Glacier Brass Side Table by Robert Kuo
Also using the same Hand Repousse tecnhique, this limited edition side table features a handcrafted smoke crystal top with a brass base.
Influenced by the impressionist movement, and paying tribute to one of the era’s greatest painters, the Monet Side Table is a sophisticated furniture piece with a modern design twist. Featuring both contrasting shapes and materials, from a geometric acrylic base to an organic surface made from cast brass, in a unique textured finish, the Monet is an exclusive furniture piece that stands out due to its perfectly balanced synthesis.
Available in patina, copper or silver coat finishes, and using techniques like Foundry and Soldering, this exquisite statement piece is the perfect way to end our list.
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