Halten side table 

&Tradition – Sebastian Herkner

Espace Client
&Tradition, Danish Design Furniture & Lighting

German designer Sebastian Herkner designed the Halten side table with a simple intention: a portable table that can be combined with any armchair, sofa or pouf. 

The solution: a foot that converts into a handle, so you can take it anywhere.

The height is perfect for an average sofa.

Halten is the German word for "hold, stay, endure" – a word that conveys the idea of creating a moment of pause wherever the Halten table is placed.

The tabletops are available in Verde Guatemalan marble and smoked cast glass.

The base is in
polished stainless steel
and powder-coated warm black steel.

Herkner: "I see Halten as a companion table. 

Wherever you go, whether at home or at a hospitality venue, you can easily take it with you."

Base High-strength, bent and welded steel
Tabletop Cut, polished marble or float glass
Dimensions 39,7 x 32,2 x H65,7 cm

warm black base

polished steel base

Sebastian Herkner

Sebastian Herkner

German designer Sebastian Herkner transposes contemporary objects into cultural artifacts and vice versa, channeling his appreciation of authentic materials and artisan skills combined with modern technology. 

After graduating from the University of Art and Design in Offenbach, Herkner's apprenticeship with Stella McCartney in London triggered his fascination with form, structure, texture, material and effect, evident throughout his work, even down to the smallest detail.

Herkner's Sillon, part of the &Tradition collection, is a series of circular and rectangular mirrors in various sizes inspired by French Art Deco designs.