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Adnet Coffee Table
Jacques Adnet

The Adnet coffee table was originally designed by the French Modernist Jacques Adnet (1901 - 1981) in the 1950’s for the Hermès shops, at the same time as the round Adnet mirror and rectangular Adnet mirror. Jacques Adnet was considered a master of leather, metal and glass, who knew how to combine the functionalist principles and the Art Deco style.
The Adnet coffee table is supported by three soft curved metal legs, elegantly joining at the heart of the table. The round glass top is edged with a hand-made leather rim and adorned with three gilded brass rings.

Dimensions Ø70 cm – Ø100 cm

Adnet Coffee table – Ø70 cm

Tan leather

Black leather

Adnet Coffee table – Ø100 cm

Cream leather

Tan leather

Black leather

Jacques Adnet

Jacques Adnet (1900-1984) was a French architect and Art Deco Modernist designer and an icon of luxurious French Modernism. After completing his studies at the Municipal School of Design in Auxerre and the Ecole des Arts Decoratifs, Adnet established the company JJ Adnet with his twin brother Jean Adnet. In 1925, Jacques Adnet was recognized as one of the most promising young designers at both the Salon d’Automne and Les Expositions des Arts Decoratifs. As well as designing furniture and mirrors, Adnet designed apartments and offices for numerous clients, including the French president Vincent Auriol and Unesco.

Throughout his career, Adnet was always among the first artists to express new trends. As a true member of the avant-garde in his time, he was an innovative thinker and original in his choice of form and materials. He was among the first to integrate metal and glass in the structure and decoration of furniture and in the post-war period, Adnet began to cover his furniture with leather. To this day, he is one of the most revered French designers, whose perennial and innovative work is still highly sought for.