The Clyde double-topped low table harmoniously
brings together 3 materials in an entirely contemporary fashion: the structure
is in brass-plated steel, the matte varnished finish of which contrast with the
glossy finish of the two tops. The upper top in smoked glass allows the opaque
lower top in white marble-effect or gloss black marble-effect ceramic stoneware
to be beneath it.
DImensions: L103 x W103 x H35 cm L134 x W134 x H35 cm L118 x W72 x H35 cm
Numéro111 is founded by 3 childhood friends: Sophie Françon, Jennifer Julien and Grégory Peyrache. They all studied in separate institutions and engaged in their individual apprenticeships before coming back together in 2010 to establish Numéro111. Together, they have a wide array of experiences and perspectives layed out on the table, which provides for their global dialogue-based approach. Without confining themselves to a single genre/approach in their design work, they are able to partake in a variety of projects including objects, furniture, architecture, interior design and scenography. The three individuals create a constructive discourse between themselves on form and material, allowing them to create and design beyond the ordinary and typical.