Description

Reminiscent of a bedroom breakfast tray, the Lupo Low Table features purity of lines, elegantly splayed legs and a sturdy surface. Its cut-out hand-holds and sensible dimensions lend the occasional table certain mobility which also enables the top to be used as a serving or breakfast tray.

Designed by Pierre Paulin for France’s Ligne Roset, the Lupo Low Table is silk-screen printed in light grey on the edge of the top, near the handle.

In 2009, Pierre Paulin was particularly keen for Ligne Roset to reissue this occasional table, which was one of his very first designs. Nordic in inspiration, the purity of its lines, its geometric treatment and in particular is four oblique legs are characteristic of the style of the Fifties. One will also note a Japanese inspiration (George Nahashima’s Splay-Leg Table, 1946).

In his outspoken way, Pierre Paulin admitted as much in his interviews with Anne-Marie Fèvre, published in the book, ‘Pierre Paulin’ by Elisabeth Vedrenne and Anne-Marie Fèvre (Editions Dis, 2001): “When one starts out, it is quite normal to plunder, to the right, to the left, to allow oneself to be influenced. Later, for an established designer, this becomes inexcusable.”

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Lupo Low Table

Ligne Roset

Designed by

Pierre Paulin
Pierre Paulin

Born in Paris in 1927, Pierre Paulin is known for introducing a sleek new space-age aesthetic into French furniture design in the 1960s and ’70s. His work has become synonymous with chic, forward-looking design and emerging technologies.

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Handcrafted in France

$2,425.00

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Description

Reminiscent of a bedroom breakfast tray, the Lupo Low Table features purity of lines, elegantly splayed legs and a sturdy surface. Its cut-out hand-holds and sensible dimensions lend the occasional table certain mobility which also enables the top to be used as a serving or breakfast tray.

Designed by Pierre Paulin for France’s Ligne Roset, the Lupo Low Table is silk-screen printed in light grey on the edge of the top, near the handle.

In 2009, Pierre Paulin was particularly keen for Ligne Roset to reissue this occasional table, which was one of his very first designs. Nordic in inspiration, the purity of its lines, its geometric treatment and in particular is four oblique legs are characteristic of the style of the Fifties. One will also note a Japanese inspiration (George Nahashima’s Splay-Leg Table, 1946).

In his outspoken way, Pierre Paulin admitted as much in his interviews with Anne-Marie Fèvre, published in the book, ‘Pierre Paulin’ by Elisabeth Vedrenne and Anne-Marie Fèvre (Editions Dis, 2001): “When one starts out, it is quite normal to plunder, to the right, to the left, to allow oneself to be influenced. Later, for an established designer, this becomes inexcusable.”

View the range

  • Contessa 1956 Side Table

    Wittmann

    Handcrafted in Austria

    Original price was: $7,525.00.Current price is: $5,267.50.
    Custom order only
  • Lewa Occasional Table

    Ligne Roset

    Designed by Sebastian Herkner

    Handcrafted in France

    $1,402.50$1,423.75
    Custom order only