PRODUCTS ROOMS Manufacturers & Designers Highlights Offers Info Showrooms
Noguchi Coffee Table
LTR Occasional Table
ETR Elliptical Table Rod Base
Belleville Table Outdoor
Prismatic Table
Plywood Group CTM
Bistro Table Outdoor
Eames Stools
Cork Family
EM Table
Metal Side Table
Contract Table
Davy Table
Wooden Side Table
Eames Coffee Table
Super Fold Table
Home Desk
Plate Dining Table
Compas Direction
Tabouret Solvay
Table Solvay
Hack Table
Nelson Tables
Belleville Table
Guéridon Bas
Bistro Table Indoor
Noguchi Dining Table

Vitra Tables

The Vitra EM Table by Jean Prouvé

One of the most important players in global furniture design is without question the Swiss furniture manufacturer Vitra: a story that begins with seating by the American designer couple Ray and Charles Eames, which were produced in Europe for the first time by the Vitra founders Erika and Willi Fehlbaum from 1953 onwards. Since then, Vitra has built up a broad portfolio of furniture for the residential and office sectors, in cooperation with leading international designers and across genres, including table design. Whether in the living room or in the open-plan office - Vitra tables are an easy choice, not least because perfect design and first-class workmanship are guaranteed. As with the Vitra chairs, the Vitra portfolio includes many tables, such as the Noguchi Coffee Table. In addition to the established design icons Vitra also offers many contemporary designs that are tailored to the demands of the contemporary living area, home office or project area and reconfirm that the Swiss manufacturer understands the basics of functional, simple table design. A multifunctional all-rounder among the Vitra tables for the office is the Hack Table by Konstantin Grcic.

The Noguchi Coffee Table from Vitra creates a stylish ambience in any living room

LTR Occasional Table by Ray and Charles Eames

Vitra Guéridon dining table in a modern kitchen environment

The large Vitra Plate Dining Table offers plenty of space for sociable rounds

Vitra Belleville garden table by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec