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Tulou coffee table des GamFratesi for Hay - Matt green / Dark Moss

£199.00

By: Hay

Gorgeously understated, GamFratesi’s Tulou Table would look great in any style of interior. The design was inspired by traditional tray tables and the extra functional dimension they offer. Comprising two basic elements – a spun steel round tray with a firm, easy-to-hold edge and a four-legged frame in tubular steel – the minimalistic design enables the tray to be moved around different spaces.

Dimensions: 55cm diameter, 35cm high. 

Shown here with table top in matt green powder coated steel and frame in dark moss powder coated steel  - if you order this table on this page this is the specification you will receive. This cool coffee table is available in other colours, finishes and sizes - please contact us for more information - sales@thehomeonline.co.uk / 01274 530770 - or better still visit us in store where our expert team will be delighted to help you in person. 

About GamFratesi

GamFratesi is a Copenhagen-based design agency comprising architect Stine Gam (born in Denmark in 1975) and industrial designer Enrico Fratesi (born in Italy in 1978), who met while studying architecture in Italy and founded their design agency GamFratesi Studio in Copenhagen in 2006. Using their dual cultural backgrounds, they fuse classic Danish craft traditions with a timeless Italian intellectual and conceptual approach. Their designs are characterised by an honest, natural expression, and the desire to communicate a story through the use of tradition, innovation and functionality. GamFratesi have received international recognition and they have exhibited work all over the world. For Hay, they have designed the Silhouette Sofa, Tulou Table and Dorso.

About Hay

About Hay

Hay was founded in Denmark in 2002 with the ambition to create contemporary furniture that uses sophisticated industrial manufacturing to satisfy the needs of modern living. They strive to make good design accessible to the largest possible audience. We loved their pared back, unshouty aesthetic.