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Coffee Table
Product Features
  • Overall: 17.3" H x 43.3" W x 43.3" D
  • Top Material: Wood
  • Base Material: Wood
  • Hidden Storage Compartment: No
The Tables en forme , first designed by Charlotte Perriand in the thirties, were popular in the kidney-shaped variety during the fifties. Next to the free forms of almost all known examples, the 1949/50-designed Dining Table by Max Bill appears neat and precise. The structure, consisting of three circles, defines its geometric shape. The Dining Table designed for both low and high models represents a high point in Max Bill's campaign for design reform.

Coffee Table

by Wohnbadarf

$2,750.00
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Bill Side Chair
Product Features
  • Overall Width - Side to Side: 18.9
  • Frame Material: Wood
  • Number of Items Included: 1
The design for the Kreuzzargenstuhl (cross-frame chair) dates back to the year 1952. It has been in production ever since from 1999 on as a new edition. The model displays Bill s skills as a product designer and received several awards, including the die gute form award by the Swiss Werkbund in the fifties. The leg structure with its crossed frame connection is Bill s own invention. This supports the seat surface in the middle and gives the chair the greatest possible static stability. From...
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Bill Side Chair

by Wohnbadarf

$950.00
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Bill 30.7" Bar Stool with Cushion
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  • Overall: 30.7" H x 15.7" W x 15.7" D
The Bill Barhocker is the classic among bar stools. The three-legged stool, upholstered in soft, black leather, was designed by Max Bill 1951, for the Bar du Théâtre at Expo 64 in Lausanne. Max Bill was the official architect for the Images and Designs section at the exhibition.

Bill 30.7" Bar Stool with Cushion

by Wohnbadarf

$720.00
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Max Bill Coffee Table
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  • Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 29
  • Top Material: Wood
  • Base Material: Wood
  • Hidden Storage Compartment: No
The Quadratrundtisch (square round table) in 1949 for wohnbedarf Zurich. This item of furniture put into practice Bill s idea of concrete art in product design and is one of his most important designs. The square table can be expanded into a circular surface using its folding edges that can be locked in place with a simple turn of the supporting rail. The resulting visual impression, with its rhythmical divisions, is reminiscent of Bill s artistic works.

Max Bill Coffee Table

by Wohnbadarf

$4,200.00
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Form Dining Table
Product Features
  • Overall: 28.3" H x 43.3" L x 43.3" W
  • Top Material: Wood
  • Base Material: Wood
  • Seating Capacity: 4
  • Table Base Type: Four leg
The Tables en forme, first designed by Charlotte Perriand in the thirties, were popular in the kidney-shaped variety during the fifties. Next to the free forms of almost all known examples, the 1949/50-designed Dining Table by Max Bill appears neat and precise. The structure, consisting of three circles, defines its geometric shape. The Dining Table designed for both low and high models represents a high point in Max Bill's campaign for design reform

Form Dining Table

by Wohnbadarf

$2,900.00
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Bill Ulmer End Table
Product Features
  • Overall: 17" H x 15.6" W x 11.6" D
  • Base Material: Wood
  • Top Material: Wood
The Ulmer Hocker furniture unit was designed in 1954 by Max Bill, the first Vice-Chancellor of the Ulm School of Design, together with Hans Gugelot for the students of the college. It was produced in Bill s own carpentry workshop with wood that had been donated. Light and robust, the piece of furniture can be used as a stool, end table or shelf unit, but also as a box for transportation, a serving tray or a table-top unit.

Bill Ulmer End Table

by Wohnbadarf

$370.00
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