ronan + erwan bouroullec: central + baguettes table for magis
ronan + erwan bouroullec: central + baguettes table for magis
apr 08, 2010

ronan + erwan bouroullec: central + baguettes table for magis

ronan + erwan bouroullec: central + baguettes table for magisall images © studio bouroullec



during the 2010 salone del mobile in milan, ronan & erwan bouroullec present two tables designed for magis



ronan + erwan bouroullec: central + baguettes table for magis‘central’ bistro table Ø 600 x 720 mm


‘central’ is a bistro-like table conceived for daily use. the idea behind its simplicity is to ensure that it can adapt to a number of environments–both indoor and outdoor applications, as well as residential or commercial uses, such as on a terrace of a café in paris. the three-legged base is made from die cast polished aluminium, with circular table tops available in the same material or high pressure laminate panel. the ‘central’ table’s foldable top makes it easy to store away.



ronan + erwan bouroullec: central + baguettes table for magisthe bistro-like table has been conceived to fit into a variety of environments


ronan + erwan bouroullec: central + baguettes table for magis ‘baguettes’ table2,050 x 850 x 720 mm



alternatively, the ‘baguettes’ table follows the form of a traditional, rectangular, dining table. the die cast polished aluminium and extruded polished aluminium base supports a top surface available in either glass, slate, quartzite or high pressure laminate panel which can be removed, and interchanged.



ronan + erwan bouroullec: central + baguettes table for magis the delicate aluminium base supports a solid table top

  • Beautiful,but too ordinary.

    tune says:
  • tune, you said it already…could we call this class of object ‘boredinary’

    lol says:
  • Simple and elegant proportions. Good storage solution. Those attributes are harder to come by than something that is just different.

    Sparky says:

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