Trestle High Table by Viccarbe
With his usual elegance, John Pawson surprises us once again with this bench and table of exquisite proportions.
Ideal both for residential and for waiting areas, restaurants and corridors in smart public spaces.
Solid oak legs with adjustable legs for levelling.
Two heights allow many different configurations – dining/meeting height at 740mm and counter height at 880mm.
With a 30mm thick table top with a chamfered edge.
Table widths are 900mm and 1200mm wide.
Table lengths are various with many different lengths available.
– Natural oak veneer polished in matt oak, wenge, cognac, or ash.
– Beech with micro-textured lacquer in white, black, grey, sand or smoke grey.
– High pressure laminate (HPL) in white or black on a 30 mm thick MDF board substrate.
– Solid oak stained in Matt oak, Wenge, Cognac or Ash.
– Solid beech lacquered in White, Black, Grey, Sand, Smoke Grey.
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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
John Pawson has spent over thirty years making rigorously simple architecture that speaks of the fundamentals but is also modest in character. His body of work spans a broad range of scales and typologies, from private houses, sacred commissions, galleries, museums, hotels, ballet sets, yacht interiors and a bridge across a lake.
John Pawson was born in 1949 in Halifax, Yorkshire. After a period in the family textile business he lived for a number of years in Japan, moving to Tokyo towards the end of his stay, where he visited the studio of Japanese architect and designer Shiro Kuramata. Following his return to England, he enrolled at the Architecture Association in London, leaving to establish his own practice in 1981.
From the outset Pawson’s work has focused on ways of approaching fundamental problems of space, proportion, light and materials – themes he also explored in his book Minimum, which examines the notion of simplicity in art, architecture and design across a variety of historical and cultural contexts.
Early commissions included homes for the writer Bruce Chatwin, opera director Pierre Audi and collector Doris Lockhart Saatchi, together with art galleries in London, Dublin and New York.
While private houses have remained a consistent strand of the work, subsequent projects have spanned a wide range of scales and typologies, ranging from a bridge across a lake and a flagship store for Calvin Klein, to ballet sets, yacht interiors and a new Cistercian monastery in Bohemia.