Small occasional tables become a coffee table when grouped together. Inspired by forms and shapes in the work of the American artist Ellsworth Kelly. Like in the map of the states of America ruler drawn lines merge with natural borderlines into a kind of ’impure’ geometry.
The sides of two tables are never the same length. They’re not meant to fit perfectly together. But when you do put them together, the tension of the mismatch becomes the point. Easy to spontaneously refurbish. Easy to put against a wall, in a corner, freely or in group.
The Arizona, Dakota, Montana and Ohio coffee tables share their inspirational source with The Sun and the Moon cabinets, which work well together as sideboards in the same room.