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Minimal Furniture by David Chipperfield

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by Julie Carlson last modified Mar 30, 2015

A new family of minimal yet vaguely rustic furniture by British architect David Chipperfield, inspired by the countryside, launches at Milan's Salone Mobile in April. Above: The collection includes the Fayland table, the Fawley bench, and the Langley stool, designed for German brand e15. Above: "The initial idea for the Fayland table came from a private project in a rural setting in England," Chipperfield's office told Dezeen. The Fayland table will be available in four lengths and in European walnut or solid oak, in oil or white pigmented surfaces, as well as in a black finish. Above: The Fayland table shown in oiled solid oak. Above: The Fawland table can also function as a long side table. Above: The Langley stool in black. Above: The smaller Fayland table used as a desk. Go to e15 for more details. See all of our furniture picks here . More Stories from Remodelista 10 Easy Pieces: Handmade Dinnerware from Ceramics Studios 10 Easy Pieces: Basic Drinking Glasses Bon Appétit: 12 French Dining Rooms






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