The coffee tables design had a huge improvement during the 70’s. Today, Coffee and Side Tables have the honor to present some unique coffee tables with a contemporary design by recognized artists and interior designers and furniture designers from this decade.
Gianfranco Frattini, Roland Wilhelmsson, Ado Chale, Giovanni Offredi, Gabriella Crespi and Ringo Starr have been developed a great role in the world of design and furniture since the 70’s and even, nowadays, are asked to be present in design exhibition with their pieces.
“Kioto” coffee table by Gianfranco Frattini (1974)
By Gianfranco Frattini, an Italian designer, Kyoto coffee table is made of beech and ebony woods and is also made from slats of wood joined at 45-degree angles. Coined “Kyoto” which mimics Old Japanese construction using sophisticated joinery inserts and connections with no glue, staples or screws, every joint including legs are pressed together.
Whole coffee tables by Roland Wilhelmsson (1970)
With a vintage design, this is a large coffee table in pine designed by Roland Wilhelmsson and produced by Karl Andersson & Söner AB in Sweden. It is made of solid pine.
Coffee Tables by Ado Chale (1970)
Ado Chale’s tables, sculptures, bowls, and other objects express an interest in the expansive possibilities of the natural world. Chale incorporates a wide variety of materials, textures, and forms in his work. He creates rich mosaics made of wood, stone, and metal to spread across the surface of tables. This brass coffee table is an example of this and the perfect piece to improve your living room décor.
Saporiti by Giovanni Offredi (1970)
This rare and round coffee table by Giovanni Offredi for Saporiti has a sculptural and sleek Italian design.
Pair of “Scultura” coffee tables by Gabriella Crespi (1970)
Most known for her famed elliptical brass coffee table, the Italian architect and designer Gabriella Crespi’s multifunctional furniture resembles the finest of sculptures yet has the precision of fine craftsmanship. These unique coffee tables are a mirror of that.
Pair of 1970s ROR Coffee Tables by Ringo Starr (1972)
With a brushed steel design with a tinted glass top and a chrome plated steel plinth, this unique coffee table was a symbol of modernity and exclusivity during the 70’s.
The trends are recycled and today we wanted to show you some of their unique coffee tables as living room furniture pieces to recover your home décor ideas and create a modern interior design, full of history and personality.