Launched at Denfair in 2020, the Eto desk looks like a domestic table but has built-in workspace functionality such as a slim drawer unit, integrated wireless charging, lighting, and concealed power and cable-management systems.
The new additions to the range will continue the minimal aesthetic of the Eto desk but strip it back to its essential elements: a slim timber veneer tabletop and more pronounced powder-coated steel base.
The collection features a rectangular and a round dining table, each in two sizes, as well as a coffee table and a side table. The coffee and side tables have differing heights and can be layered together nicely.
The Eto tabletops come in either Congo or American Walnut finishes, or alternatively, Nero Marquina and Carrara Marble solid stone.
“With a larger range of finishes and sizes, the pieces can be used all together or as individual elements, each piece serving a multi-functional purpose,” said Fereday.
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