This item is part of our Considered CollectionThe Accent Table Series is available in a range of variations. Explore the complete collection here.
The Mater Accent Table is designed by the Danish architect duo Space Copenhagen and combines a sculptural and handcrafted aesthetic. Following along the same bloodline as the highly successful 2009 Mater High Stool, the Accent collection consists of three coffee tables, a larger oval lounge table and round dining table. The various sizes allow for creativity and flexibility in configuration, and creating different atmospheres for both home and public spaces. Crafted in solid FSC certified oak with a white matte lacquer.
Product made from sustainably sourced materials with a lower environmental impact than conventional alternatives.
Product made using a process or in a location that is associated with a lower environmental impact, or with a supply chain that has a lower environmental footprint.
Established in 2005 by Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou, Space Copenhagen is a design studio working across multiple disciplines from furniture, lighting and refined objects, to art installations, art direction and interior design for private homes, hotels and restaurants all over the world.
The ambition is to forge new paths by balancing opposites — classic and modern, industrial and organic, sculptural and minimal, light and shade. Duality and contrast. Curiosity as a fundamental human condition.
The studio’s intuitive approach embodies designs that are distinctively shaped by the given circumstances, functional needs, and a fundamental interest in human behavior. It is a sense of and belief in slow aesthetic that centers quality and longevity.
Space Copenhagen has created lauded furniture pieces for some of the world’s leading manufacturers and continuously substantiates their roster of high-end interiors at an international level, following, among others, their award-winning design for 11 Howard hotel in New York and acclaimed destination restaurants Geranium and Noma in Copenhagen.