Common Table by Viccarbe
Designed by Naoto Fukasawa for Viccarbe, “Common” is an elegant modular system of seats, benches and tables for the waiting area.
Common’s auxiliary tables for home and commercial establishments are inspired by the Japanese classics.
Two different sizes make them very flexible and suitable for a variety of uses.
Legs in matt varnished natural beech.
Tables constructed with a natural oak column and a lacquered MDF top with the finishes of the collection.
Column in natural beech.
Base and table top available in white, black, sand, tobacco, smoke grey, silver, red, mustard, green, blue.
Small: 475mm H x 600mm diameter
High: 650mm H x 450mm diameterSHOW MORE SHOW LESS
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Viccarbe is a furniture design company based in Valencia, Spain, and references a contemporary style of living with a wide range of products for both the home and the workplace.
They are distinguished by their great simplicity, representing value, innovative elegance and global brand awareness.
By manufacturing contemporary furniture developed by the most prestigious international designers, their collection is a worldwide reference for design.
They are present in more than sixty countries on five continents and they manufacture exclusively in Europe under the management certification ISO -9001 and ISO-14000.
About the designer
Naoto Fukasawa is a Japanese industrial designer, born in Yamanashi Prefecture in 1956. He graduated from Tama Art University in 1980. After having acted as the head of the American company IDEO’s Tokyo office, he established Naoto Fukasawa Design in 2003.
Representative works include MUJI’S CD player (part of the permanent collection, MoMA New York, the Infobar mobile phone, the Neon mobile phone, and the top brand of household electrical appliances and sundries.
In recent years, he has released a host of new works with Italian companies B&B Italia, Driade, Magis, Artemide, Danese and Boffi, as well as in Germany and Northern Europe, and they have garnered a great deal of attention. In the past, he has won over fifty awards, including the American IDEA Gold Award, the German iF Gold Award, the British D&AD Gold Award, the Mainichi Design Award and the 5th Oribe Award.
He has been described by Bloomberg Businessweek as one of the world’s most influential designers.