Polyvalent table SubeyBaja Santa & Cole with scissor legs, adjustable to 7 heights to meet different needs. The mechanism is indicated by a point.
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Ø100 x 72h cm
Polyvalent round wooden table with scissor legs, adjustable to seven heights to meet different needs. The mechanism is indicated by a white dot on the outside of the envelope.
Adjustable in 7 heights between 39 and 72 cm.
For maintenance, Socbou recommends cleaning the surface of your item with a damp cloth and a mild cleaning product. We recommend always using non-polluting cleaning products. Then dry carefully.
Robert Heritage, 1927
British designer most awarded by the Design Council, designed the furniture of the ocean liner Queen Elizabeth II in 1968 with Ernest Race.
Robert Heritage was born in Birmingham, where he studied art, and from 1948 to 1952 he trained at the Royal College of Art in London. In 1953 he set up his own studio, which focused on the design of furniture and lamps for British and foreign companies, especially for the Lighting Fixtures Factory Concord Lighting Limited (of Rotaflex Limited). His adjustable spotlights have been very imitated, and his proposal to use them in the domestic sphere has spread internationally.
Heritage designs are the QE2 aluminum alloy chair for Race Furniture, technologically innovative, which received the 1969 award from the Council of Industrial Design; the advanced technology Pan Parabolic lamp from 1973 to Concord; or the Subeybaja table, designed with Roger Webb and edited by Santa & Cole, a table adjustable to seven heights to meet different needs.
He has also been a professor of furniture design at the Royal College of Art in London. Robert Heritage is the designer who has been awarded the Design Council most times.
Roger Webb, 1949
British architect and founding partner and director of the Webb Associates studio, specializing in product design for office and furniture.
An architect born in Kenya in 1949 and educated between the African country and England.
In 1972 he graduated in furniture design from the Polytechnic University of Leeds and three years later he completed a master's degree at the Royal College of Art in London.
For 7 years he worked together with Professor Robert Heritage on projects for Race Furniture, Gordon Russell, Disform Arquitectura (Spain), B & B Italia and Concord Lighting.
In 1989 he founded the Roger Webb Associates studio. Based in London and dedicated to industrial design, Webb has specialized in the design of furniture and furniture components for an extensive list of international clients.
More information: www.webbassociates.co.uk