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This Angular Table Setting Draws Inspiration From The Architectural Legacy Of Mies Van Der Rohe

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The latest release from German design studio Objekte Unserer Tage is a table setting for both indoors and out, crafted from steel and finished with a two-component powder coating.

Designed in Berlin and made in Germany, the ‘Zebe’ table and bench are emblematic of the innovative practice of Objekte Unserer Tage. Material-driven and conscious of creating a new tradition within design, their pieces are typically minimal and often feature unique finishes. The clean lines of the ‘Zebe’ setting were inspired by the architectural legacy of Mies van der Rohe; “Their temple-like appearance appears grounded and closed. The seat extends like a projecting roof and offers space to linger, space for presentation, and space for staging”, a statement from the studio explains. Designed with a duality of purpose in mind, the bench doubles as a side table and the entire setting is weatherproof, so can be used indoors or out.

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All images © Objekte Unserer Tage