Product Tag - &tradition

  • &Tradition Collect Planter SC43-45 Shadow Grey

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    Lightweight and easy to move, these sculptural planters are part of &Tradition Collect, a curated line of beautifully crafted soft furnishings and home objects. Designed by Space Copenhagen, these hand-crafted concrete pieces are intended to house large plants or trees, both indoor and out. They are available in three sizes and come in either Shadow or Silver Grey.

    Production process
    The planter is made in a mold which is handfilled with concrete and a layer of fiber net.

    Environment
    Indoor and outdoor

    Material
    Fiber Concrete

    SC43:

    H: 45cm/17.7in, Ø:60cm/23.6in

    Weight
    18.7 kg

    SC44:

    Dimensions
    H: 65cm/25,59in, Ø:55cm/21,65in

    Weight
    19.3 kg

    SC45:

    Dimensions
    H: 75cm/29.5in, Ø:40cm/15.74in

    Weight
    19.1 kg

    kr 2.195,00kr 2.695,00
  • &tradition Little Petra VB1 + ATD1 Pouf

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    LITTLE PETRA VB1

    BY VIGGO BOESEN
    2018

    Initially introduced back in 1938, Little Petra won instant praise at the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers Guild Exhibition, subsequently winning awards at exhibits in New York and Berlin. It’s one of just a few designs by architect Viggo Boesen, who became associated with Denmark’s signature design aesthetic in the 1930s called funkis style. Distinguished by a softer, more abundant, organic aesthetic that challenged the minimalistic approach of Bauhaus.

    Named after Boesen’s mother-in-law, Little Petra is indeed surprisingly petite, able to fit into all kinds of spaces, interiors and environments. Low to the ground, open and embracing, it embodies the essence of a lounge chair, allowing for all kinds of seating positions in any cosy setting imaginable. A lot of work has gone into ensuring the utmost comfort, from the seat to the upholstery. Respecting Boesen’s love of natural materials, the legs of the chair have been crafted in oak or walnut. The result is an endearing lounge chair that beckons you to stay.

     

    kr 32.395,00kr 44.495,00
  • &tradition ATD1 Pouf

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    Description
    Soft and nurturing, the Pouf is an ideal companion. With rounded legs in either oak walnut, and upholstery in a wide variety of fabrics that include sheepskin, it lends an organic warmth to any interior. Pair with the Little Petra for an elegant lounge seating arrangement.
    Dimensions
    H: 37cm / 14.6in, W: 53cm / 20.9in, D: 53cm / 20.9in
    kr 12.895,00kr 16.395,00
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    &tradition Flowerpot VP3 red-brown

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    FLOWERPOT VP3
    BY VERNER PANTON
    1969

    In 1968 the students’ revolts in Paris, Rome and the United States were overthrowing stiff, old values, and initiating the Flower-Power generation of peace, love and harmony. Same year, Stanley Kubrick pictured the future of the year 2001, featuring the Verner Panton Chair, and man was soon to set foot on the moon. In the world of design, a colourful, playful pendant hung in restaurants and exhibitions, and very soon, in everybody’s homes. The FlowerPot with its two semicircular spheres facing each other has long proved its lasting design quality and is just as much a synonym of our time, too. & In his young days, Panton often set off from Copenhagen in an odd looking converted Volkswagen for a trek across Europe, dropping in on fellow designers to share ideas – and good meals

    Materials Lacquered steel with 2 meter clear PVC cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 23cm/9.1in, H: 50cm/19.7in.

    kr 2.995,00 kr 2.245,00
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    &tradition Flowerpot VP3 light blue

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    FLOWERPOT VP3
    BY VERNER PANTON
    1969

    In 1968 the students’ revolts in Paris, Rome and the United States were overthrowing stiff, old values, and initiating the Flower-Power generation of peace, love and harmony. Same year, Stanley Kubrick pictured the future of the year 2001, featuring the Verner Panton Chair, and man was soon to set foot on the moon. In the world of design, a colourful, playful pendant hung in restaurants and exhibitions, and very soon, in everybody’s homes. The FlowerPot with its two semicircular spheres facing each other has long proved its lasting design quality and is just as much a synonym of our time, too. & In his young days, Panton often set off from Copenhagen in an odd looking converted Volkswagen for a trek across Europe, dropping in on fellow designers to share ideas – and good meals

    Materials Lacquered steel with 2 meter clear PVC cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 23cm/9.1in, H: 50cm/19.7in.

    kr 2.995,00 kr 2.245,00
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    &tradition Flowerpot VP3 polished brass

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    FLOWERPOT VP3
    BY VERNER PANTON
    1969

    In 1968 the students’ revolts in Paris, Rome and the United States were overthrowing stiff, old values, and initiating the Flower-Power generation of peace, love and harmony. Same year, Stanley Kubrick pictured the future of the year 2001, featuring the Verner Panton Chair, and man was soon to set foot on the moon. In the world of design, a colourful, playful pendant hung in restaurants and exhibitions, and very soon, in everybody’s homes. The FlowerPot with its two semicircular spheres facing each other has long proved its lasting design quality and is just as much a synonym of our time, too. & In his young days, Panton often set off from Copenhagen in an odd looking converted Volkswagen for a trek across Europe, dropping in on fellow designers to share ideas – and good meals

    Materials Lacquered steel with 2 meter clear PVC cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 23cm/9.1in, H: 50cm/19.7in.

    kr 4.295,00 kr 2.245,00
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    &tradition Flowerpot VP3 matt grey

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    FLOWERPOT VP3
    BY VERNER PANTON
    1969

    In 1968 the students’ revolts in Paris, Rome and the United States were overthrowing stiff, old values, and initiating the Flower-Power generation of peace, love and harmony. Same year, Stanley Kubrick pictured the future of the year 2001, featuring the Verner Panton Chair, and man was soon to set foot on the moon. In the world of design, a colourful, playful pendant hung in restaurants and exhibitions, and very soon, in everybody’s homes. The FlowerPot with its two semicircular spheres facing each other has long proved its lasting design quality and is just as much a synonym of our time, too. & In his young days, Panton often set off from Copenhagen in an odd looking converted Volkswagen for a trek across Europe, dropping in on fellow designers to share ideas – and good meals

    Materials Lacquered steel with 2 meter clear PVC cord.
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 23cm/9.1in, H: 50cm/19.7in.

    kr 2.995,00 kr 2.245,00
  • &Tradition Bellevue AJ9

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    BELLEVUE AJ9
    BY ARNE JACOBSEN
    1929

    With the Bellevue Lamp, Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen embodies the minimalism of the Modernist Movement with the functionalism of Bauhaus. Viewed as the driving force behind Danish Modernism, Jacobsen’s preference for graceful lines and simple, organic forms are readily recognisable in the Bellevue Lamp.
    The re-launch of this iconic lamp involves a return to the original Bellevue shape in three styles: the floor lamp, desk lamp and wall lamp. To enhance their appeal in a contemporary setting are new colours and a mix of materials: satin polished brass, black with brass, anthracite with brace and versions mixing ivory or grey beige with brass.

    Dimensions 
    Wall Mount: Ø: 8.5cm/3.3in
    Lamp: Ø: 16.7cm/6.6in, H: 30cm/11.8in

    kr 3.095,00
  • &Tradition Collect Planter SC43-45 Silver Grey

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    Lightweight and easy to move, these sculptural planters are part of &Tradition Collect, a curated line of beautifully crafted soft furnishings and home objects. Designed by Space Copenhagen, these hand-crafted concrete pieces are intended to house large plants or trees, both indoor and out. They are available in three sizes and come in either Shadow or Silver Grey.

    Production process
    The planter is made in a mold which is handfilled with concrete and a layer of fiber net.

    Environment
    Indoor and outdoor

    Material
    Fiber Concrete

    SC43:

    H: 45cm/17.7in, Ø:60cm/23.6in

    Weight
    18.7 kg

    SC44:

    Dimensions
    H: 65cm/25,59in, Ø:55cm/21,65in

    Weight
    19.3 kg

    SC45:

    Dimensions
    H: 75cm/29.5in, Ø:40cm/15.74in

    Weight
    19.1 kg

    kr 2.195,00kr 2.695,00
  • &Tradition Lucca SC51 Space Copenhagen 2020

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    This elegant portable lamp, inspired by the golden glow of the Tuscan city of Lucca, mimics the warmth of the city’s nocturnal light. Intended as a multipurpose piece, the battery-powered Lucca easily transitions from indoors to outside. It can operate for up to 12 hours and is easily recharged with a USB cable.

     

    Material
    Satinized opal glass, powder coated metal, brass

    Dimensions
    Ø: 16cm/6.30in, H: 28cm/11.02in

    Weight
    0.9kg

    Voltage
    Recharge input: 5.0V, 1mA

    Battery
    2 batteries wraped into 1 pack. Rechargeable Li-Ion 18650 2600 mAh 3.6V

    Light source & Energy effeciency class
    2,5W LED light bulb (output 3,2W)

    Micro USB Charging Cable
    200cm/78.7in

    Certifications
    CB, LVD, RoHs, IP44 class lll

    kr 1.295,00
  • &Tradition Little Petra VB2 Viggo Boesen 1938

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    Based on Viggo Boesen’s original drawings from the 1930s, Little Petra VB2 promises the same exceptional craftsmanship as the lounge chair – but with even more space for you to sink in. From the hand-stitched upholstery to the wooden frame built by hand, Little Petra is made from premium materials. Its legs are available in oak or walnut.

     

    Dimensions
    H: 75cm/29.5in, D: 80cm/32 in, L: 150cm/60in
    Seat h: 40cm /15.8in, Seating d: 55cm/21.7in

     

    Wood finishes
    White Oiled Oak
    Oiled Walnut

    Stock items
    Karakorum 003
    Sheepskin Sahara 17mm
    Sheepskin Moonlight 17mm

    Product Drawing

    kr 47.195,00kr 60.695,00
  • &Tradition In Between SK6 smoked oak 250cm

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    In Between SK6

    by Sami Kallio
    2015

    In a desire to design a table that blends into a space without taking up much space, Sami Kallio created the In Between Table. A partner to his In Between Chair, the legs of the table echo the same angle as the front legs of the chair. At the same time, the table’s slim silhouette and absence of ornamentation make it an ideal match for any chair – in any setting.

    The In Between Table is a mix of traditional wood craftsmanship, involving compression moulding and woodturning, together with innovative veneer techniques. As such, it is an homage to Kallio’s Nordic heritage and training in woodmaking, as well as his modern, Scandinavian sense of simplicity.

    As part of his “Between Gaps” series, Kallio set out to explore the correlation between an object and its surrounds. Exploring the interplay between positive and negative space. “My concept started from the outside inwards,” explains Kallio. “The table has no negative spaces, but it can be paired with any chair, in any timeframe in any space.”

    “Kallio’s In Between Table is a stunning example of impeccable hand craftsmanship with natural materials, which we are proud to reflect in our stable of products,” says &tradition Brand Manager Martin Kornbek Hansen. “Kallio’s blending of both classic and contemporary techniques is something we truly value at &tradition. Along with his uncanny ability to design an object so simple, it exudes beauty.”

    Materials Oak & oak veneer
    Dimensions (cm/in) D: 250cm / 98.4in, W: 100cm / 39.4in, H: 74cm / 29in
    Colours Clear lacquered oak, Smoked stained oak, Black stained oak.
    Technical specs The In Between table is tested for strength, durability and safety according to EN 15373 Level 2 – General contract use.
    Weight (kg) 55.00kg
    Production The table top is made from a high quality MDF board with oak veneer on the top and edges. The legs are made of solid wood involving a woodturning technique using a lathe to create the conical shape. Wood blocks are used to attach the legs to the table to make it morestable when mounted
    Environment Indoor
    Product type Dining tables

    kr 16.695,00
  • &Tradition Develius modular sofa mange tekstiler og oppsett

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    Develius EV1 – EV7

    Develius is the epitome of lounging in luxury. Conceived by Dutch designer Edward van Vliet, the shape is actually a composition of three enormous cushions. An ultra modern expression of a modular sofa, allowing you to arrange the various components to create a very personal sofa – and your own piece of paradise.

    Develius is comprised of 16 different modular sofa components varying in depth, width and shape from rectangular to square. Including versions with and without arms, as well as a variety of poufs and the option of lush, loose cushions. Create a cosy corner in a private space. Or a lavish lounge area in a more public arena. Assemble a love seat for two or an expanded version for four or more. You could even use the pouf as an informal side table. The possibilities are practically endless.

    NB! Alle Develius Fast track modeller er EV1 av størrelse på moduler. EV2 kan også bestilles i alle stoffer, både velour, ull og skinn.

    Se prisoversikt for kampanjen ved å trykke på linken lengre nede på siden, rett over video!

    Der ser du alle oppsett og prisene. Leveringstid er ca 1-2 uker fra bestilling på Fjord 151 grått ullstoff

  • &tradition In between SK12 table ø120cm

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    IN BETWEEN SK3

    BY SAMI KALLIO
    2014

    The In Between chair was the first chair to be added to the &tradition stable of furniture and Kallio has reinterpreted certain aspects of the chair in the creation of the table. The curvature of the circular table is for example reminiscent of the negative space in the form of the chair’s backrest. Similarly the angles of the legs of the table reflect the angles of the chair legs. The table legs were created using woodturning, a traditional technique that uses a lathe to shape wood. For &tradition a connection to the past is an essential component for any item in the collection. “Wood turning is a result of my love for Scandinavian heritage and traditional wood crafting,” says Kallio,“there is a satisfaction that comes from using old techniques.” The materials used for the table further solidify a link to the past. The solid oak used is a sturdy, reliable wood that is steeped in Scandinavian heritage. “Oak is a good long-lasting material that people can easily relate to,” says Kallio. Although some of the manufacturing processes are traditional, the table still comes disassembled as a flat-pack, addressing ease of transport in a modern world. Furthermore, the shape of the table has been chosen to address issues within modern interiors. Its round shape means it must be brought away from walls, therefore taking an active role in any room. The circular form of the table also means that interaction when sat at the table is a more intimate and egalitarian affair.

    Materials Solid oak
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 120cm H: 73cm
    Colours White oiled oak.
Smoked oiled oak.
Black stained oak (RAL 9005).
    Environment Indoor

     

    Skriv hvilken farge du ønsker på bordplaten. Alle columns (understell) er sorte

    kr 14.595,00
  • &tradition In between SK4 table smoked oak ø120cm

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    IN BETWEEN SK3

    BY SAMI KALLIO
    2014

    The In Between chair was the first chair to be added to the &tradition stable of furniture and Kallio has reinterpreted certain aspects of the chair in the creation of the table. The curvature of the circular table is for example reminiscent of the negative space in the form of the chair’s backrest. Similarly the angles of the legs of the table reflect the angles of the chair legs. The table legs were created using woodturning, a traditional technique that uses a lathe to shape wood. For &tradition a connection to the past is an essential component for any item in the collection. “Wood turning is a result of my love for Scandinavian heritage and traditional wood crafting,” says Kallio,“there is a satisfaction that comes from using old techniques.” The materials used for the table further solidify a link to the past. The solid oak used is a sturdy, reliable wood that is steeped in Scandinavian heritage. “Oak is a good long-lasting material that people can easily relate to,” says Kallio. Although some of the manufacturing processes are traditional, the table still comes disassembled as a flat-pack, addressing ease of transport in a modern world. Furthermore, the shape of the table has been chosen to address issues within modern interiors. Its round shape means it must be brought away from walls, therefore taking an active role in any room. The circular form of the table also means that interaction when sat at the table is a more intimate and egalitarian affair.

    Materials Solid oak
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 120cm H: 73cm
    Colours White oiled oak.
Smoked oiled oak.
Black stained oak (RAL 9005).
    Production The In Between table is built from solid oak and treated with either lacquer or oil.
    Environment Indoor
    kr 14.595,00
  • &tradition In between SK4 table white oiled oak ø120cm

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    IN BETWEEN SK3

    BY SAMI KALLIO
    2014

    The In Between chair was the first chair to be added to the &tradition stable of furniture and Kallio has reinterpreted certain aspects of the chair in the creation of the table. The curvature of the circular table is for example reminiscent of the negative space in the form of the chair’s backrest. Similarly the angles of the legs of the table reflect the angles of the chair legs. The table legs were created using woodturning, a traditional technique that uses a lathe to shape wood. For &tradition a connection to the past is an essential component for any item in the collection. “Wood turning is a result of my love for Scandinavian heritage and traditional wood crafting,” says Kallio,“there is a satisfaction that comes from using old techniques.” The materials used for the table further solidify a link to the past. The solid oak used is a sturdy, reliable wood that is steeped in Scandinavian heritage. “Oak is a good long-lasting material that people can easily relate to,” says Kallio. Although some of the manufacturing processes are traditional, the table still comes disassembled as a flat-pack, addressing ease of transport in a modern world. Furthermore, the shape of the table has been chosen to address issues within modern interiors. Its round shape means it must be brought away from walls, therefore taking an active role in any room. The circular form of the table also means that interaction when sat at the table is a more intimate and egalitarian affair.

    Materials Solid oak
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 120cm H: 73cm
    Colours White oiled oak.
Smoked oiled oak.
Black stained oak (RAL 9005).
    Production The In Between table is built from solid oak and treated with either lacquer or oil.
    Environment Indoor
    kr 14.595,00
  • &tradition In between SK4 table stained black oak ø120cm

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    IN BETWEEN SK3

    BY SAMI KALLIO
    2014

    The In Between chair was the first chair to be added to the &tradition stable of furniture and Kallio has reinterpreted certain aspects of the chair in the creation of the table. The curvature of the circular table is for example reminiscent of the negative space in the form of the chair’s backrest. Similarly the angles of the legs of the table reflect the angles of the chair legs. The table legs were created using woodturning, a traditional technique that uses a lathe to shape wood. For &tradition a connection to the past is an essential component for any item in the collection. “Wood turning is a result of my love for Scandinavian heritage and traditional wood crafting,” says Kallio,“there is a satisfaction that comes from using old techniques.” The materials used for the table further solidify a link to the past. The solid oak used is a sturdy, reliable wood that is steeped in Scandinavian heritage. “Oak is a good long-lasting material that people can easily relate to,” says Kallio. Although some of the manufacturing processes are traditional, the table still comes disassembled as a flat-pack, addressing ease of transport in a modern world. Furthermore, the shape of the table has been chosen to address issues within modern interiors. Its round shape means it must be brought away from walls, therefore taking an active role in any room. The circular form of the table also means that interaction when sat at the table is a more intimate and egalitarian affair.

    Materials Solid oak
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 120cmH: 73cm
    Colours White oiled oak.
Smoked oiled oak.
Black stained oak (RAL 9005).
    Production The In Between table is built from solid oak and treated with either lacquer or oil.
    Environment Indoor
    kr 14.595,00
  • &Tradition In Between SK6 clear lacquered oak 250cm

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    In Between SK6

    by Sami Kallio
    2015

    In a desire to design a table that blends into a space without taking up much space, Sami Kallio created the In Between Table. A partner to his In Between Chair, the legs of the table echo the same angle as the front legs of the chair. At the same time, the table’s slim silhouette and absence of ornamentation make it an ideal match for any chair – in any setting.

    The In Between Table is a mix of traditional wood craftsmanship, involving compression moulding and woodturning, together with innovative veneer techniques. As such, it is an homage to Kallio’s Nordic heritage and training in woodmaking, as well as his modern, Scandinavian sense of simplicity.

    As part of his “Between Gaps” series, Kallio set out to explore the correlation between an object and its surrounds. Exploring the interplay between positive and negative space. “My concept started from the outside inwards,” explains Kallio. “The table has no negative spaces, but it can be paired with any chair, in any timeframe in any space.”

    “Kallio’s In Between Table is a stunning example of impeccable hand craftsmanship with natural materials, which we are proud to reflect in our stable of products,” says &tradition Brand Manager Martin Kornbek Hansen. “Kallio’s blending of both classic and contemporary techniques is something we truly value at &tradition. Along with his uncanny ability to design an object so simple, it exudes beauty.”

    Materials Oak & oak veneer
    Dimensions (cm/in) D: 250cm / 98.4in, W: 100cm / 39.4in, H: 74cm / 29in
    Colours Clear lacquered oak, Smoked stained oak, Black stained oak.
    Technical specs The In Between table is tested for strength, durability and safety according to EN 15373 Level 2 – General contract use.
    Weight (kg) 55.00kg
    Production The table top is made from a high quality MDF board with oak veneer on the top and edges. The legs are made of solid wood involving a woodturning technique using a lathe to create the conical shape. Wood blocks are used to attach the legs to the table to make it morestable when mounted
    Environment Indoor
    Product type Dining tables

    kr 16.695,00
  • &Tradition In Between SK6 black stained oak 250cm

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    In Between SK6

    by Sami Kallio
    2015

    In a desire to design a table that blends into a space without taking up much space, Sami Kallio created the In Between Table. A partner to his In Between Chair, the legs of the table echo the same angle as the front legs of the chair. At the same time, the table’s slim silhouette and absence of ornamentation make it an ideal match for any chair – in any setting.

    The In Between Table is a mix of traditional wood craftsmanship, involving compression moulding and woodturning, together with innovative veneer techniques. As such, it is an homage to Kallio’s Nordic heritage and training in woodmaking, as well as his modern, Scandinavian sense of simplicity.

    As part of his “Between Gaps” series, Kallio set out to explore the correlation between an object and its surrounds. Exploring the interplay between positive and negative space. “My concept started from the outside inwards,” explains Kallio. “The table has no negative spaces, but it can be paired with any chair, in any timeframe in any space.”

    “Kallio’s In Between Table is a stunning example of impeccable hand craftsmanship with natural materials, which we are proud to reflect in our stable of products,” says &tradition Brand Manager Martin Kornbek Hansen. “Kallio’s blending of both classic and contemporary techniques is something we truly value at &tradition. Along with his uncanny ability to design an object so simple, it exudes beauty.”

    Materials Oak & oak veneer
    Dimensions (cm/in) D: 250cm / 98.4in, W: 100cm / 39.4in, H: 74cm / 29in
    Colours Clear lacquered oak, Smoked stained oak, Black stained oak.
    Technical specs The In Between table is tested for strength, durability and safety according to EN 15373 Level 2 – General contract use.
    Weight (kg) 55.00kg
    Production The table top is made from a high quality MDF board with oak veneer on the top and edges. The legs are made of solid wood involving a woodturning technique using a lathe to create the conical shape. Wood blocks are used to attach the legs to the table to make it morestable when mounted
    Environment Indoor
    Product type Dining tables

    kr 16.695,00
  • &Tradition In Between SK5 black stained oak 200cm

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    In Between SK5

    by Sami Kallio
    2015

    In a desire to design a table that blends into a space without taking up much space, Sami Kallio created the In Between Table. A partner to his In Between Chair, the legs of the table echo the same angle as the front legs of the chair. At the same time, the table’s slim silhouette and absence of ornamentation make it an ideal match for any chair – in any setting.

    The In Between Table is a mix of traditional wood craftsmanship, involving compression moulding and woodturning, together with innovative veneer techniques. As such, it is an homage to Kallio’s Nordic heritage and training in woodmaking, as well as his modern, Scandinavian sense of simplicity.

    As part of his “Between Gaps” series, Kallio set out to explore the correlation between an object and its surrounds. Exploring the interplay between positive and negative space. “My concept started from the outside inwards,” explains Kallio. “The table has no negative spaces, but it can be paired with any chair, in any timeframe in any space.”

    “Kallio’s In Between Table is a stunning example of impeccable hand craftsmanship with natural materials, which we are proud to reflect in our stable of products,” says &tradition Brand Manager Martin Kornbek Hansen. “Kallio’s blending of both classic and contemporary techniques is something we truly value at &tradition. Along with his uncanny ability to design an object so simple, it exudes beauty.”

     

    Materials Oak and oak veneer
    Dimensions (cm/in) D: 200cm / 78.7in, W: 90cm / 35.4in, H: 74cm / 29in
    Colours Clear lacquered oak, Smoked oiled oak, Black stained oak.
    Technical specs The In Between table is tested for strength, durability and safety according to EN 15373 Level 2 – General contract use
    Weight (kg) 47kg
    Production The table top is made from a high quality MDF board with oak veneer on the top and edges. The legs ard made of solid wood involving a woodturning technique using a lathe to create the conical shape. Wood blocks are used to attach the legs to the table to make it morestable when mounted.
    Environment Indoor
    Product type Dining tables

     

    kr 13.895,00
  • &Tradition In Between SK5 smoked oiled oak 200cm

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    In Between SK5

    by Sami Kallio
    2015

    In a desire to design a table that blends into a space without taking up much space, Sami Kallio created the In Between Table. A partner to his In Between Chair, the legs of the table echo the same angle as the front legs of the chair. At the same time, the table’s slim silhouette and absence of ornamentation make it an ideal match for any chair – in any setting.

    The In Between Table is a mix of traditional wood craftsmanship, involving compression moulding and woodturning, together with innovative veneer techniques. As such, it is an homage to Kallio’s Nordic heritage and training in woodmaking, as well as his modern, Scandinavian sense of simplicity.

    As part of his “Between Gaps” series, Kallio set out to explore the correlation between an object and its surrounds. Exploring the interplay between positive and negative space. “My concept started from the outside inwards,” explains Kallio. “The table has no negative spaces, but it can be paired with any chair, in any timeframe in any space.”

    “Kallio’s In Between Table is a stunning example of impeccable hand craftsmanship with natural materials, which we are proud to reflect in our stable of products,” says &tradition Brand Manager Martin Kornbek Hansen. “Kallio’s blending of both classic and contemporary techniques is something we truly value at &tradition. Along with his uncanny ability to design an object so simple, it exudes beauty.”

     

    Materials Oak and oak veneer
    Dimensions (cm/in) D: 200cm / 78.7in, W: 90cm / 35.4in, H: 74cm / 29in
    Colours Clear lacquered oak, Smoked oiled oak, Black stained oak.
    Technical specs The In Between table is tested for strength, durability and safety according to EN 15373 Level 2 – General contract use
    Weight (kg) 47kg
    Production The table top is made from a high quality MDF board with oak veneer on the top and edges. The legs ard made of solid wood involving a woodturning technique using a lathe to create the conical shape. Wood blocks are used to attach the legs to the table to make it morestable when mounted.
    Environment Indoor
    Product type Dining tables

     

    kr 13.895,00
  • &Tradition In Between SK5 clear lacquered oak 200cm

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    In Between SK5

    by Sami Kallio
    2015

    In a desire to design a table that blends into a space without taking up much space, Sami Kallio created the In Between Table. A partner to his In Between Chair, the legs of the table echo the same angle as the front legs of the chair. At the same time, the table’s slim silhouette and absence of ornamentation make it an ideal match for any chair – in any setting.

    The In Between Table is a mix of traditional wood craftsmanship, involving compression moulding and woodturning, together with innovative veneer techniques. As such, it is an homage to Kallio’s Nordic heritage and training in woodmaking, as well as his modern, Scandinavian sense of simplicity.

    As part of his “Between Gaps” series, Kallio set out to explore the correlation between an object and its surrounds. Exploring the interplay between positive and negative space. “My concept started from the outside inwards,” explains Kallio. “The table has no negative spaces, but it can be paired with any chair, in any timeframe in any space.”

    “Kallio’s In Between Table is a stunning example of impeccable hand craftsmanship with natural materials, which we are proud to reflect in our stable of products,” says &tradition Brand Manager Martin Kornbek Hansen. “Kallio’s blending of both classic and contemporary techniques is something we truly value at &tradition. Along with his uncanny ability to design an object so simple, it exudes beauty.”

     

    Materials Oak and oak veneer
    Dimensions (cm/in) D: 200cm / 78.7in, W: 90cm / 35.4in, H: 74cm / 29in
    Colours Clear lacquered oak, Smoked oiled oak, Black stained oak.
    Technical specs The In Between table is tested for strength, durability and safety according to EN 15373 Level 2 – General contract use
    Weight (kg) 47kg
    Production The table top is made from a high quality MDF board with oak veneer on the top and edges. The legs ard made of solid wood involving a woodturning technique using a lathe to create the conical shape. Wood blocks are used to attach the legs to the table to make it morestable when mounted.
    Environment Indoor
    Product type Dining tables


    kr 13.895,00
  • &Tradition Lato LN9 by Luca Nichetto Ivory

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    Lato LN9

    by Luca Nichetto
    2018

    At first glance, Lato resembles a sculpture, with its slim, oval or round table top balanced by an oval-shaped base. Striking, graphic and poetic, its purity of form is proof that simple is sophisticated. The initial inspiration for Lato started with the idea of a lollipop turned upside down. A classic shape from a candy most people recognise from childhood. But how do you turn a lollipop into a table? “Growing up on an island like Murano, I was surrounded by creativity,” explains Nichetto. “Artisans with an immense knowledge and love of materials, who I watched transform abstract concepts into concrete reality. With Lato, I wanted to keep the simplicity and streamline it into a timeless side table in a style that could easily be the centre of attention.”

    Enjoy this stunning example of a sculpture that’s a side table – and vice versa.

    Materials Marble and steel
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 50cm/15.7in, H: 45cm/19.7in.
    Colours Ivory white & Cream Diva marble.
    Weight (kg) 19.50kg
    Environment Indoor
    Product type Coffee table
    kr 4.895,00
  • &Tradition Lato LN9 by Luca Nichetto Warm black

    0 out of 5

    Lato LN9

    by Luca Nichetto
    2018

    At first glance, Lato resembles a sculpture, with its slim, oval or round table top balanced by an oval-shaped base. Striking, graphic and poetic, its purity of form is proof that simple is sophisticated. The initial inspiration for Lato started with the idea of a lollipop turned upside down. A classic shape from a candy most people recognise from childhood. But how do you turn a lollipop into a table? “Growing up on an island like Murano, I was surrounded by creativity,” explains Nichetto. “Artisans with an immense knowledge and love of materials, who I watched transform abstract concepts into concrete reality. With Lato, I wanted to keep the simplicity and streamline it into a timeless side table in a style that could easily be the centre of attention.”

    Enjoy this stunning example of a sculpture that’s a side table – and vice versa.

    Materials Marble and steel
    Dimensions (cm/in) Ø: 50cm/15.7in, H: 45cm/19.7in.
    Colours Warm black & Emparador marble
    Weight (kg) 19.50kg
    Environment Indoor
    Product type Coffee table
    kr 4.895,00