Neri & Hu’s ‘Common Comrades’ collection of tables inject a bright, playful feel into their surroundings.
November 4th, 2013
A clever personification of the simplicity of country life, where everybody knows ‘who’ you are and ‘what’ you do, the Common Comrades table family amuses us with its utilitarian simplicity & honest soul..
The Seamstress, the Tailor, the Merchant, the Scholar, the Farmer and the Emperor have one thing in common: they are all identified and defined by their function as members of a group, as true comrades.
The wooden tables, all a bit different from each other in aspect, work to a common purpose with the same dedication of the people they represent… making a real group effort to bring comfort and style.
Common Comrades are available from Space Furniture.
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