The Flower Coffee Table designed by Christine Schwarzer exists in two versions, Flower – with laminate top – and Flower Mono – with wooden top. It comes in 3 sizes and 2 heights so it can be used alone or in nesting groups.
In the large version, the Flower table naturally finds its place in the middle of the living room. In its smaller version, especially in the high version, it forms a perfect side table to position at the end of the sofa.
Materials laminate top, wooden edges, steel base
Denmark's Christine Schwarzer has one goal with her design: "to make the world a little more beautiful, more fun, happier and more playful". For example with its Flower coffee table, which with its soft and obvious shapes is a future modern classic.
Christine Schwarzer was born in 1970 in Copenhagen. She trained as a furniture designer and industrial design in Copenhagen and Helsinki. Since graduating in 1999, she has designed furniture and other products at the Copenhagen studio - except for the year she worked for a Danish furniture company in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.
Together with Anne Birgitte Balle, Christine Schwarzer also designs children's furniture under the name RoomMate. Schwarzer has participated in exhibitions in Denmark, Sweden, Italy, Germany and the Netherlands, among others. RoomMate won the Design Plus Award.