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Offset Stool / Sidetable, Oak

by Philippe Malouin
$600

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Overview

The Offset Stool / Side table, by Philippe Malouin for Resident, is a playful and irregular screw together furniture piece, which displays the beauty of solid oak in generous proportions. Each Offset leg attaches via an off-centre threaded connector, which enables the legs to locate themselves in an individualised and adjustable position. Solid, stable and hardwearing, this is a durable piece for everyday use, available in Solid Oak – Natural, Black Lacquer & Umber Stain.

Established in 2011 by Simon James and Scott Bridgens, Resident is a globally focussed design company. Residents mission is to offer products with an unparalleled level of creativity and innovation.

Offset Stool / Sidetable, Oak, by Philippe Malouin for Resident
- Modern innovative design
- Solid Oak
- H 16.9" x Diameter 13.4"
- FSC certified wood
- Appropriate for hard contract use
- Warranty 3 Years
- Indoor Use Only
- Made in Lithuania


Specifications

MADE IN
Lithuania

Designer

Philippe Malouin
Philippe Malouin

British-Canadian Philippe Malouin holds a bachelor’s degree in Design from the Design Academy Eindhoven. He has also studied at the École Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle in Paris and the University of Montreal. He set up his studio in 2008 after working for English designer Tom Dixon. Philippe has also taught at the Royal College of Art in London between 2012-2015. He is also the director of POST-OFFICE, the architectural and interiors design practice. His diverse portfolio includes tables, rugs, chairs, lights, art objects and installations. Philippe’s client list includes: SCP, Marsotto Edizioni, Resident, OTHR, Hem, Ace hotel, Matter-Made, Established & Sons, Roll & Hill, 1882 ltd., Kvadrat, Umbra Shift, Caesarstone, IZÉ, Swarovski, Bloomberg, Aesop, Touch Digital. Philippe is represented by Salon 94 Design gallery in New York City. He has recently won the Wallpaper* Magazine 'designer of the year' award. Philippe Lives and works in London, where he operates his design studio.