mark braun: 'lift' roto mould tables
mark braun: 'lift' roto mould tables mark braun: 'lift' roto mould tables
mar 03, 2010

mark braun: 'lift' roto mould tables

‘lift’ roto mould tables for flexible use

german designer mark braun showed his four new projects at the greenhouse talent show during the stockholm furniture fair 2010: ‘lift’ occasional roto mould tables, ‘ton’ wooden stools, ‘two’ pendant ceramic lights and ‘bond’ aluminium tables and trays.

‘lift’ tables

‘lift’ tables image © designboom

‘ton’ wooden stools series image © designboom

‘ton’ wooden stools

mark braun shows the stackable stool series ‘ton’ which can be used as tables image © designboom

mark braun portrait © designboom

mark braun was a participant in designboom’s handled with care exhibition and was shortlisted in designboom’s ceramics for breakfast competition.

‘two’ pendant light in fine bone china

‘two’ pendant lights comes in three variations

‘two’ ‘bond’ table trays in bended aluminium and rubber image © designboom ‘bond’ table trays

detail of ‘bond’

  • ‘Ton’ would look great in an industrial minimalist setting, i dig ‘Bond’ too. Looks very space age. Like the Jetsons

    trickmycrib says:
  • i like ‘bond’. the detail is smart.

    yasu says:
  • Very cool. I wonder if the table is the same color as the trays though? It seems a little off, but maybe it’s just the photo hmm??

    Mega says:

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