Zenith’s new Sunda table collection from Allermuir recalls the placid nature of island forms.
June 24th, 2015
Designed by UK designer Jon Crawford, for Allermuir, the Sunda 1 and Sunda 2 table collection may have the same name but are distinctively different however they both cluster together a little like the Sunda Islands of the Malay Archipelago.
Sunda 1 is a collection of plectrum shaped tables in four different heights and three top sizes that can be layered and clustered. The tables are manufactured from laser cut, sheet steel and available in a range of fifteen finely textured mineral based powder coat finishes.
Sunda 2 is a collection of tables with circular tops that sit upon a steel tripod leg frame in three diameter and height configurations. They nestle to provide a stunning multilevel centre piece table. The tops are finished in a reformed oak veneer which can be clear lacquered or stained whilst the steel tripod frames are available in a fine textured, mineral coloured range of power coat finishes.
Both collections are available Australia wide by Allermuir through Zenith Interiors.
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