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Designed 2019

Sebastian Herkner, renowned for his particular sensitivity toward glass, designed a pair of small tables where the glass strength and durability are axiomatically used for developing the concept of the entire product.

The Echino small table features two different sizes which are complementary, since can be placed side by side. It has three barrel-shaped legs made of three – layered blown glass available in four color shades – smoky grey, light-blue, amber or blue – which a steel sheet top, with either natural or black nickel-satin finish, or a mirror top is placed on.

The structured surface of the legs shows parallel striations which look slightly oblique and provide the unique and original look of the small tables. Steel and glass create an unusual relationship based on the contrasting of full and void, lightness and strength, above and below. A versatile item, long-lasting and strong, eco-compatible and 100% recyclable.

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Sebastian Herkner was born in Bad Mergentheim in 1981. He studied product design at HfG Offenbach am Main, and already focused on designing objects and furniture merging various cultural contexts during his studies. In 2006 he founded his own studio for objects, interior design and exhibition design in Offenbach am Main.

Today, Sebastian Herkner works for international companies, designs furniture and lamps, porcelain and glass, and also curates and stages exhibitions dealing with design. His success is already reflected in numerous awards and prizes, among them the 2011 German Design Award in the Newcomer category and the 2015 EDIDA Elle Decoration International Design Award as Best International Newcomer. Most recently, Sebastian Herkner was appointed guest of honour at imm Cologne 2016 to present his concept for “Das Haus – Interiors on Stage”.

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