ClassiCon modern classics are collector’s items—not only the masterpieces of
ClassiCon – Adjustable Table E 1027 by Eileen Gray
This is perhaps the classic among the classics. Its ingeniously proportioned,
ClassiCon – Diana B side table by Konstantin Grcic
Side table? Lectern? Hand library? Konstantin Grcic’s series of steel sheet side tables are open for many interpretations and usages – but especially for fantasy. Like letters make words, the Diana tables group to a new visual whole with other furniture and objects. With the Diana alphabet from A to F (there are that many editions of the table), a living room can be transformed into a café or into a word from a completely new, personal language.
ClassiCon – Pli Side Table by Victoria Wilmotte
The Pli side table goes back to a draft of French product designer Victoria Wilmotte from the year 2016. Above all, it impresses with its atmospheric elegance and its high-quality design.
The Pli side table owes its name to its base with a design of complex structuring, resembling a large polished gemstone with its different creases and folds, providing fascinating reflections of color throughout the room and, above all, offers interesting lighting effects.
ClassiCon – Bell side table by Sebastian Herkner
The “Bell Table“ side table by Sebastian Herkner turns the common usage of materials upside down and manages to surprise us: The table foot becomes the concise, colored-transparent glass form in the room, with a metal corpus lying on it.
The glass helps
ClassiCon – Occasional Table by Eileen Gray
The Latin for furniture, ‘res mobiles’, is based on the word mobile. Eileen Gray took this very literally. She loved light, functional furniture that one could move around without a problem. One can lift this table ‘for all occasions’ as if it had a handle and carry it exactly to where one needs it. Like the Adjustable Table E 1027, it is constructed such as to slide the base under the bedside or armchair. Thus breakfast or bedtime reading is within comfortable reach.