The Danish brand started in the 1920s. Her portfolio includes lamps and furniture by the legendary Werner Panton and Arne Jacobsen. And this new one is from a rising British star.
Tung tables were added to the &Tradition brand collection just a couple of months ago. The Danish brand is positioned as a production that preserves heritage. At the same time, the company's credo is interior items that will become classics tomorrow. These are modern laconic things, but they feel a strong foundation and a tribute to the centuries-old tradition of furniture making. Today it is a novelty, tomorrow a collector's item – unless, of course, the owner decides to part with it, because such items in the house live for a long time, and you especially get used to them.
New &Tradition with a claim to eternity came up with a young designer John Ostbury (John Astbury). He comes from England, but he received his design education in Denmark. In his own country, he first studied to be … an archaeologist. Until one day he decided to drastically change his life. Meanwhile, the first area of interest makes itself felt: John's design is verified to the smallest detail and resembles modern totems. Such a table, for example, could well be found in the dwellings of the ancient Cyclades.
The model looks fresh and modern. A monumental base in the form of pylons carries a round tabletop, but the design does not seem bulky due to the color scheme and texture. The table is available in two color options: Burgundy Red and Steel Blue. The MDF structure is covered with a glossy lacquer, which also works to lighten the architectural model visually.