A coffee table designed in 1946 by a Dutch architect has finally reached production and goes on sale in a shop in Chiswick, London from this week. The table, T46, comes in three finishes, birch, oak and walnut. It is made to order by manufacturer Windmill Furniture and sold through its retail outlet Isokon Plus. Designed by Hein Stolle, the table is produced with materials sourced from around the world, with each piece individually moulded, shaped and hand sanded.
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Studio Sutherland has given the organisation a “modern, accessible and easily usable” identity that is centred on the arches found in UK churches.
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