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Collect Tables

Jonas Wagell

Imagined by designer Jonas Wagell, the Collect table series offers a gentle balance of materials. The inherent warmth of dark wood and brown Emperador marble promotes a sensory experience, adding understated elegance to your interior. While having a refined and simple appearance, the Collect table offers valuable storage space thanks to the shelf located under the tabletop. Framed by distinctive borders, the shelf allows you to display and store books, magazines and even decorative collectibles.

Top Brown Emperador marble Base Dark brown FSC-certified solid oak and oak veneer
Coffee table Large 120 x H35,4 cm Coffee table Medium 95 x H35,4 cm Coffee table Small 78 x H35,4cm
Console table  120 x 45 x H50,4 cm Side table Ø60 x H55,4cm



Coffee table Collect - Large

Coffee table Collect - Medium

Coffee table Collect - Small

Console table Collect

Side table Collect

Joans Wagell

jonas Wagell is a Swedish architect and designer born in 1973. The JWDA studio was founded in 2008 and is now based in a converted car repair shop in central Stockholm, but collaborations stretch from Scandinavia to China, Italy and North America.

Wagell's architectural work is perhaps best known for the Mini House prefabricated house concept (2007-2012), recognized by Wallpaper * Magazine, which named him one of the "50 hottest young architects in the world" shortly after his graduation in 2008. Today, his work is mainly focused on product and furniture design, but occasionally the studio also consults on art direction and design direction.

Jonas Wagell trained in graphic design, communication, furniture design and architecture at schools such as Konstfack University College of Arts and Crafts and Berghs School of Communication in Stockholm, as well as Parsons School of Design in New York. Wagell has a former career in strategic project management and communications.

Although the studio now focuses primarily on design rather than architecture, the approach remains diverse - from furniture and lighting to tableware and consumer accessories.

Jonas Wagell's design has been described as minimal, with soft, friendly forms. He was introduced to design through an interest in graphics, printing and typography, and this has perhaps influenced today's work with a simplistic and clear, yet expressive design language.