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B10 SIDE TABLE

Long, narrow side tables like the B 10 are ideal for when you need to quickly put down an object – and find it again. They are also a decorative eye catcher in homes and offices. Today, their straight-lined aesthetics look familiar to us. Their inventor, Marcel Breuer, fought against overloaded and over-decorated living styles – still ubiquitous around 1920 – with his elegant, reduced tubular steel furniture. After initial experiments with tubular steel, a new material at the time, Marcel Breuer developed a series of small tables, including the long, narrow side table B 10. At the same time, he was working on an innovative chair design. With its strength and flexing properties, cold-bent tubular steel made such constructions possible. The first furniture made of tubular steel had legs and skids but did not yet make use of the flexing properties of tubular steel. Starting in 1928, Breuer began building prototypes of the cantilever chairs that we all know today. Mart Stam provided the prototype for them with his cantilever chair consisting of ten pieces of tubular steel of equal length and pipe fittings connecting them, which, at first, was rigid and inflexible. Breuer’s designs are considered milestones in the history of modern furniture. Recognising the potential of tubular steel furniture early on, Thonet collaborated with the avant-garde designers and became the world’s biggest producer of tubular steel furniture in the 1930s.

 

Further customisation options availble, contact us for details

675.00725.00

B10 SIDE TABLE

Long, narrow side tables like the B 10 are ideal for when you need to quickly put down an object – and find it again. They are also a decorative eye catcher in homes and offices. Today, their straight-lined aesthetics look familiar to us. Their inventor, Marcel Breuer, fought against overloaded and over-decorated living styles – still ubiquitous around 1920 – with his elegant, reduced tubular steel furniture. After initial experiments with tubular steel, a new material at the time, Marcel Breuer developed a series of small tables, including the long, narrow side table B 10. At the same time, he was working on an innovative chair design. With its strength and flexing properties, cold-bent tubular steel made such constructions possible. The first furniture made of tubular steel had legs and skids but did not yet make use of the flexing properties of tubular steel. Starting in 1928, Breuer began building prototypes of the cantilever chairs that we all know today. Mart Stam provided the prototype for them with his cantilever chair consisting of ten pieces of tubular steel of equal length and pipe fittings connecting them, which, at first, was rigid and inflexible. Breuer’s designs are considered milestones in the history of modern furniture. Recognising the potential of tubular steel furniture early on, Thonet collaborated with the avant-garde designers and became the world’s biggest producer of tubular steel furniture in the 1930s.

 

Further customisation options availble, contact us for details

675.00725.00

PRODUCT DETAILS

DIMENSIONS

Width 130cm

Height 50cm

Depth 39cm

WEIGHT

10Kg

MATERIALS

Beach wood table top, with metal frame.

COLOUR

Various colours are available

PLEASE NOTE
This item is made to order and delivery times vary depending on your location.

DELIVERY

When your order is placed we will contact you with details of when the product will be delivered and any additional delivery charges.

Feel free to contact us at any time at info@heritage53.com to discuss the shipping options available and the additional costs involved.

Most of our designer furniture and designer home accessories arrive fully assembled however some items may require the very minimum of assembly.

We provide assistance with assembly if required.

Due to the limited availability of our products, International deliveries will be calculated after the order has been placed and the customer will receive an additional charge.

Where there is a delay or likelihood of delay in the supply of products, we will advise you as soon as possible.

DELIVERY & RETURNS

Please note that transport charges are not included in our prices. The delivery, duty and taxes are calculated according to the shipping destination.
 
Each product has it’s own delivery time and criteria, some are handmade to order so please check the individual product details for more information, or contact us directly for quotes. 
 
STANDARD
In stock items are usually shipped out via our shipping partners within 1-2 weeks and held in their warehouse for pickup.
 
Made to order items vary per supplier.  Please check with us for exact manufacturing times.
 
WHITE GLOVE SERVICE
Once your items have been received and meticulously quality checked our team will get in contact to arrange a delivery date with our white glove delivery service to the room of choice including unpacking and assembly. 
 
INTERNATIONAL
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RETURNS
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