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Low Coffee Tables with Removable Trays by Carlo Hauner for Forma, Italy, 1970s

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Low Coffee Table by Carlo Hauner for Forma - 1970's

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Coffee table with removable trays, designed by Carlo Hauner (1927 - 1997) for Forma in Italy in the 1970s. Both pieces have a teak wooden structure, with a top consisting of several compartments in either glass or wood. Some compartments are left open, as can be seen in the photos. The square-shaped tops can be moved and positioned to your personal preference. Each coffee table features four compartments, accessible from above. There's one coffee table of which two compartments are covered with wooden trays, one with a glass tray and one is left uncovered. The other piece shows one compartment covered with a wooden tray, one covered with a glass tray and two uncovered compartments.

This piece has multiple purposes as it can be used as a coffee table but also as a storage unit. Both storage tables are in excellent original condition and priced per piece.



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Teak & Glass
W 86,5 cm, D 86,5 cm, H 35 cm

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