Carpenters Workshop Gallery produces and exhibits functional sculptures by international rising and already established artists and designers going outside their traditional territories of expression. A modern coffee table is something that everyone wants and should have in their living rooms. Due to its versatility, this furniture piece is a must-have item, so today, Coffee and Side Tables is going to present you Carpenters Workshop Gallery‘s best side tables with the best contemporary design.
Lathe Table by Sebastian Brajkovic
This Carpenters Workshop Gallery‘s side table was originally Inspired by a child’s spinning top, whizzing around at high speed. It has the same illusion that once at its optimal speed it is no longer moving but standing up straight.
Edward Scissorhands by Campana Brothers
One of the coolest coffee table sets from Carpenters Workshop Gallery, these small coffee tables, present a very unique and gory design. Aren’t they so cool?
DC 1601D by Vincenzo De Cotiis
A limited edition of 7 side table, this art furniture piece enhances the beauty of marble in a very exquisite way.
Ofidia Side Table by Campana Brothers
The Campana Brothers are some of the artists with the widest collection at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery, and piece after pieces, ones are left simply stunned by the duo’s furniture.
Exercise Side Table by Robert Stadler
“Exercise” is the result of Robert Stadler’s work on volume and matter and reveals his taste for manipulation and optical illusion.
The Carpenters Workshop Gallery is actively involved in the research and production of the limited edition works exhibited. The choices are guided by the research of an emotional, artistic and historical relevance, a relevance that appears as an evidence.
You might also like: Hubert Le Gall’s Flowery-Like Side Tables
Aspect I by Charles Trevelyan
Part of a limited edition collection of 8, this bronze side table resembles the earth throughout its awesome tree trunk looking legs.
Pipe Side Table by Studio Job
Studio Job is known for its very fun furniture pieces, and the items displayed on Carpenters Workshop Gallery are no exception. Look at this genius side table!
Valise En Exile by Vincent Dubourg
Dubourg’s Exile appears as an abandoned suitcase, which has been revived into something useful through the strength of the bronze branches.
Artbook Chevet by Ingrid Donat
A limited edition of 8, this side table takes a more minimalist approach but still would look gorgeous on any living area.
Mould Table by Martin Laforet
Made of bronze and concrete, this side table looks almost like it’s incomplete, but that’s exactly the beauty in it.