CALVERT - Coffee table
Design: Ferdinand Kramer, 1951
CALVERT is from a series of coffee tables, designed in 1951 by German functionalist architect Ferdinand Kramer during his time in America. Part of his successful "Knock-Down" furniture series, the square CALVERT is an enduring and modern piece. The easily invertible and collapsible coffee table consists of a tabletop and two crossing invertible sheets serving as a base for the table. Similar to a clothing pattern, the components of the table are cut out of a single plywood sheet. The intrinsically simple cut out base of CALVERT reveals a sculptural quality to the table. Available in oak as well as coloured lacquer, CALVERT is ideally suited for diverse environments and complements the e15 collection.
Version: Oak veneer, clear or coloured lacquered
Coffee table CALVERT is not permanently in stock. It will be manufactured upon your order and will be delivered within the above mentioned time.
CALVERT will be delivered in three pieces.
Measurements (L x W x H): 550 MM x 550 MM x 400 MM
Shipping weight: 12 kg