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Tulip end table


Regular price395.00$
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Inspired by the famous design icon created by Saarinen in 1956, this is the Tulip table. The use of a central base allows guests to be able to freely place themselves around the table without being hindered by four legs. Clever and well thought out with its rounded shapes with a "pop" look, the Tulip table offers a range of materials for the top: marble, wood veneer or lacquered.

With its round shape, the Tulip side table will impose itself with its charisma and its retro side will seduce you without question.

  • Base of the table in aluminum.
  • Top in mdf or walnut or marble.
  • This product is not a product of the actual designer, nor affiliated with the official manufacturer. Any mention of the original designer or product name is for comparison purposes only.
  • Diameter: 19.5" / 49.5 cm
  • Height: 20" / 51 cm
  • Use a damp cloth to clean and a dry cloth to remove water marks.
  • Before using a soapy product to clean, always test it on an inconspicuous area.
  • Avoid cleaning with abrasive products.
  • Protect your furniture from direct sunlight, as this can cause uneven fading over time.
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    Originally, the design of the Tulip table and chairs came straight from the imagination and intelligence of a Finnish architect, Saarinen. As a teenager, he often helped his father design furniture. He went on to study architecture at Yale and taught it in Michigan. When he decided to design a furniture collection he wanted to create something that had never been done before: a chair with only one leg. That was in 1955.

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    Tulipe, reproduction de tables et de chaises

    A successful bet, the chair was a phenomenal success from its first appearances. Thus, soon after, he created the Tulip tables. This lack of legs on the table provides visual lightness but also allows people to gather around the table without being encumbered by table legs. Streamlining the base of the table resulted in a clean, classic and decidedly modern look that had not been seen elsewhere at the time. The wide variety of finish options, from laminate to marble to wood, makes it the perfect table for any decor.


    But of the entire Tulip line, it is the chair that best evokes the organic form that inspired it. The gentle curve of the cup formed by the flower's petals is echoed in the rounding of the backrest (and arms in the armchair version). The seat follows the almost flat underside of the flower, then merges into the deceptively delicate stem, carrying the exquisite arch to the base. All of this is absolutely deliberate and intentional, recalling the architectural forms Saarinen used for the Gateway Arch in St. Louis and Washington Dulles International Airport.

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