German brand Pulpo will launch new glass and metal tables and containers by Oliver Schick and a glass and metal shelving unit by Sebastian Herkner.
Designed by Oliver Schick, the Joseph side table and Jacques coffee table both feature an integrated hand blown glass bowl in their steel frame bases. Newspapers, magazines and other objects can be stored in the glass bowl, keeping the MDF top clutter free.
Schick has also created a series of storage containers whose rounded forms mimic those of the blown glass bowls in the base of the Jacques and Joseph tables.
Passerelle is a new shelving system designed by German designer Sebastian Herkner. Glass shelves, inspired by the folded glass panels often used in architecture, are supported by an upright, black metal frame. The graphic design takes its name and design cues from the Passerelle in Venice - a network of wood planks on iron supports that are installed along the main pedestrian paths in the city during high tide.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Pulpo's booth at imm Cologne from the 13 - 19 January 2014 in hall 3.2, stand 031. Or at Maison & Objet from the 24 - 28 January 2014 in hall 8, stand B33.
About the manufacturer: Launched in 2006, German design brand Pulpo strives to create functional and beautiful furniture and home accessories that are designed both inhouse and in collaboration with renowned product designers.