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The Clyde double-topped low table harmoniously brings together no less than 3 materials in an entirely contemporary fashion : the structure is in steel (in a metallic brass-effect or Epoxy black lacquered finish) whilst the upper top in smoked glass allows the opaque lower top in white marble-effect or gloss black marble-effect ceramic stoneware to be seen beneath it.

Altogether, the piece speaks of softness and lightness thanks to the finesse of its steel structure, the transparency of the upper top and the rounded corners of both tops.
Structure in matt varnished metallic brass-effect or Epoxy black lacquered steel. Upper top in 8 mm thick smoke grey toughened glass. Lower top in 6 mm thick white marble-effect or gloss black marble-effect full body ceramic stoneware, glued onto a support panel.

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Meet the designer

Numéro111 is composed of three separate individuals, Sophie Françon, Jennifer Julien and Grégory Peyrache.
Childhood friends from St-Etienne, the trio studied separately – at the Ecole supérieure d’Art et de Design de Saint-Etienne and the Ecole nationale supérieure d’Architecture de Saint-Etienne – then embarked on solo apprenticeships before coming together again to found Numéro111 in 2010.

They proclaim a global dialogue-based approach which is not limited to a single scale or discipline. The team comes together to work on a variety of projects in the fields of objects, furniture, architecture, interior design and scenography.

Appreciative of forms and materials, Numéro111 questions and invites, through its creations, a reflection on use which arises from the three distinct characters’ transversal view of our daily lives.

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