Flowing - Florent Degourc
Florent Degourc Associated with its pink bench, this green table quickly becomes the star of the show. We don't know how easy it is to have lunch there, but one thing is certain, it will not go unnoticed. It literally drips.
Ikea Poetic and elegant, this three-legged table will quickly integrate into a dining room with a Nordic or vintage atmosphere.
Art Nouveau - Mark Robson
Mark Robson Inspired by the art nouveau movement of the late 19th century, this table elegantly highlights the curves of its base. Its large white worktop will welcome the whole family.
Back to the future - Norayr Khachatryan
Norayr Between biped and child's toy, this table does not leave us indifferent. We like her intriguing side given by the impression that she will start to move towards us.
Minimalism - Park Associatti
Park Associatti This table with its sleek design plays with two strong colors, black and red, all in a minimum of detail and material to the delight of the eyes.
Folded - Romano Marcato
Romano Marcato This curved wooden table intrigues us with its poetic and natural side. A technical feat, she succeeds in mixing metal and wood with elegance, between straight and curved lines.
Dual function - Philippe Starck
Starck The star designer Philippe Starck surprises us once again with this table, which when it stands up becomes a full-length mirror. One simply wonders if it is not embarrassing to see oneself while one is eating.
Lightness - Tokujin Yoshioka
Tokujin Yoshioka The Asian designer plays with the limits of plastic and designed this table as a technical feat. All transparent, you hardly dare imagine using it, for fear of damaging it.
Exterior - Xavier Lust
Xavier Lust The only outdoor table in our selection, we could not miss it. Designed for picnics in the garden, it includes a bench on each side to accommodate your guests. One can however imagine making a shattering entry inside.