Carafe Table, DrawerTop

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Carafe Table, DrawerTop

Herman Miller

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Whether you’re working, playing, creating, conversing or hosting dinner guests, you’ll find the Carafe Table designed by Charles Wilson is equally adept at enabling all these activities. A versatile table for urban living, Carafe provides an attractive and adaptable surface for working or entertaining, along with thoughtful storage features. It’s a new take on the traditional communal dining table.

Compact apartments that are so much a part of urban living require every space and surface to be flexible in function. To address this need, the Carafe Table was designed to merge the functions of the kitchen bench top and the work desk, and transform easily between working and dining modes. Discreet drawers address storage, giving you convenient places to put objects as varied as cables or cutlery, paperwork or linens. Devices are subtly connected to power sources through cut-outs in the drawer bases. Like the communal vessel from which the table takes its name, Carafe embodies the convivial spirit present when family and friends gather.

The top can be selected from 3 different finishes: White Oak, Ash Black and Dark Cherry. These can be combined with either polished aluminium legs or powder coated in white, black or bronze.

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Small W134 x D86 x H73

Large W160 x D86 x H73

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Charles Wilson

Charles Wilson

Born in rural Australia in 1968, Charles Wilson graduated from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) with a Bachelor's degree in Industrial Design in 1990. Upon graduation he co-founded the Argo collective to develop experimental furniture and decorative objects for manufacture. In 1993, Charles created his first successful production design which was acquired by Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum of Applied Arts & Science in 1996. Wilson has won a number of design awards, including The Australian Design Award for the Advent candelabra and The Bombay Sapphire Award for his Spool seating.
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