MANX

Design: Ben Fowler

Available in Alder, finished in Danish oil.

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A three legged table taking its name from the famous Isle of Man triskelion. The three nesting sections emphasise the different wood grains and colours as they sweep round the tops of the tables supported by legs, curved to match the top.

These tables are made in slightly different heights so they can be nested together, like stepping stones.

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ø 500 H 470 mm

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ø 500 H 470 mm
ø 500 H 600 mm
ø 750 H 420 mm
ø 900 H 370 mm

Chamfer tables sketch

Ben Fowler

Trained under the Bauhaus ethos at Leeds Polytechnic, then at the Royal College of Art and earlier by his Father, an Ercol designer. Ben’s approach is driven by honest clean lines, unfussy functionality and classic joinery. After graduating he spent two years boatbuilding where he met Andrew Brace at the yard. Together they started making modern wooden furniture in a tiny workshop in Lewes.

The workshop has grown, moving five times and still flourishes in Sussex. Ben has, over the last 30 years, designed very successful ranges for Marks & Spencer, Willis & Gambier, Ercol and The Futon Company.

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