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Lovegrove Tri-Oval Table

Item #RL11

Ross Lovegrove 2007

The sophisticatedly whimsical Ross Lovegrove Collection combines traditional and cutting-edge materials to deliver pieces that are nothing short of functional sculpture. The Tri-Oval Table energizes any space with an exciting relationship between surface and structure. With a diversity of finishes and colors, there is a combination for nearly every contract or residential space.

 

Starts at: $2470

 

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NYC Home Design Shop: 212 343-4190

Customer Service: 800 343-5665

 

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Construction and Details
  • Available in two heights
  • Base is 1 ¾” diameter steel tube with powder-coat finish and machined aluminum connections. Bases ship flat and must be assembled
  • Base available in four finish options
  • Adjustable clear nylon glides included
  • Tabletop available in five glass options
    • Tempered Starphire glass top has low iron content and gives the glass a crystal quality. Features a 1/8” bevel
    • Tempered bronze glass is ½”thick with beveled and polished edge
    • Tempered glass with acid etched top surface and a painted underside
Sustainable Design and Environmental Certification
  • GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®

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Ross Lovegrove is known in the design industry for integrating aspects of high-technology with more traditional design ideas in order to create objects that are as much a piece of art as they are a functional component of the modern environment. His portfolio includes several notable projects, including the design of the Sony Walkman and work with Apple computers. As a consultant, Lovegrove has worked with Luis Vuitton, Cacharel, Dupoint, and Hermes, among others. In 1990, he set up his own design office in London, called Studio X.

Lovegrove contributed substantially to the development of the Alessandri Office System as an in-house designer for Knoll International in Paris. Knoll entered into the plywood stacking chair market with his Sprite Chair, introduced in 2004. His most recent contribution, the Lovegrove Collection, is a playful celebration of form and material, perfectly in line with the Knoll tradition.

Today, Lovegrove remains an active and prominent figure in the design world.