E1027 adjustable table
To speak of this table is to speak of a classic. The E1027 Table was designed by Eileen Gray, considered one of the most recognised designers of the 20th century, and one of the first internationally recognised women in industrial design. This table is a replica of the Eileen Gray Table, also known as the E1027 table, which was designed at the beginning of the 20th century by the Irish architect and designer who gave the table its name.
A side table that is recognised by even those who don’t know about design.
The table is named after the “Maison en bord de mer”, the E1027 house in Roquebrune, near Saint Tropez. The name is a curious code of letters and numbers; the E is for Eileen, the 10 is for J and the 2 is for B (the 10th and 2nd letters of the alphabet which form the initials of her partner, Jean Badovici), and the 7 is for the G of Gray. It was created for her sister, who liked to eat breakfast in bed when she visited the E1027 house that Eileen had in the south of France; a house that became an icon of design of the era.
Made of chromed steel and glass, it is ideal for use as a low table
This table is made of chromed tubular steel. It can be placed at knee-height for when you’re sitting down or lowered for use as a night stand; it can rise to different heights to suit your needs. Its reinforced glass top is stronger and safer than normal glass. A perfectly proportionate table that stands out for the way its height can be adjusted. It’s considered one of the most popular designs of the twentieth century and a classic of industrial design.
Try putting this beautiful table in a corner of your lounge alongside out Husk Chair..
- Depth: 53 cm.
- Width: 53 cm.
- Adjustable height from 61 to 101 cm.