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Occasional Low Table

design Jasper Morrison, 2016

Occasional Low Tables by designer Jasper Morrison come with four different table top finishes – oiled oak, oiled smoked oak, oiled walnut and aluminum epoxy – and three different heights: the lower ones being of classic coffee table height (35 cm) and the highest being of classic sideboard height (55 cm). All versions have the same table top and base diameters. The cast-aluminum base has beautiful curves which repeat those of the table tops. The Occasional Low Table slips easily under seats, making it the perfect sofa's companion. The version with an aluminum tabletop has a handle that makes it easy to move. The metal surfaces with epoxy finish are particularly resistant to scratches and easy to maintain.

Table top solid wood with oiled finish or die-cast aluminium with powder-coated textured finish (chocolate colour)

Column steel, powder-coated textured finish (chocolate colour)

Base die-cast aluminium, powder-coated textured finish (chocolate colour)

Dimensions Ø50 x H35 cm – Ø50 x H45 cm – Ø50 x H55 cm – Base size Ø34 cm

Occasional Low Table - aluminium table top

Occasional Low Table - aluminium (chocolate) table top
from 560 €

Occasional Low Table - oak table top

Occasional Low Table - oiled natural oak table top
from 660 €

Occasional Low Table - clear lacquered dark oak table top
from 660 €

Occasional Low Table - walnut table top

Occasional Low Table - oiled walnut table top
from 860 €

Jasper MORRISON

Known for thinking outside the box, Jasper Morrison is one of the most successful industrial designers of the past few decades.

Together with his colleague Naoto Fukasawa, he defined the term 'super normal', which in his opinion answers the question of what 'good design' should really be. In his work, he strives to create good examples of understated, useful and responsible design.

Morrison has developed several projects in collaboration with Vitra, including the All Plastic Chair, the Soft Modular Sofa and the HAL chair family. His designs are represented in New York's Museum of Modern Art and other prominent museum collections around the world.