The “Bell Table“ side table by Sebastian Herkner turns the common usage of materials upside down and manages to surprise us: The table foot becomes the concise, coloured-transparent glass form in the room, with a metal corpus lying on it.
The glass helps make the metal, which as such is very heavy, float. The glass foot was traditionally blown in a wooden form and it forms an interesting contrast with the pressed metal corpus. They still formally make up a harmonic unit, which reminds us of the elegant swing of a bell.
With its appealing reflections and material contrasts the side tables become elements in living areas with a strong individual character. They celebrate the beauty of the materials, their colours, surfaces and the traditional production by hand. The Bell table by Sebastian Herkner is a masterpiece of traditional craftsmanship.
Each table is handmade, which is why, for example smaller air blows or unevenness in the glass aren’t blemishes, but a desired unique result of the production process.
The coffee table by ClassiCon is available in different colours, as well as with a metal table top of massive copper or brass or burnished steel.