Composed of a tubular steel frame and a birch plywood top, Side Table 606 can be pulled tight to armchairs, sofas, and beds thanks to its three-quarter-moon base. Lightweight and versatile, it is at home in a wide range of settings. Designed by Aino Aalto during the period the Aaltos were working on the Paimio Sanatorium project in Finland, this side table was originally used as a stool for changing shoes.
A photo essay by photographer Alexander Kilian, created in collaboration with iGNANT, exploring shibusa, a Japanese term that describes the aesthetic of simple, unobtrusive beauty.
Adding a new chapter to the iconic Fiber Chair family is the Fiber Lounge Chair—a design with a lightly hovering appearance and extensive comfort that invites the user in for a relaxed and embracing seat.