Table Menton by Eileen Gray.
Think practical: For her house Casa dell’autrice (1932/36) in Castellar, on the way from Menton to the Provencal Alps, Eileen Gray did not want delicate luxury furniture, but versatile objects for daily use. With ‚Menton‘ she succeeded in creating wonderfully ingenious constructions. By simply turning the top you can create a low or a high table, depending on your needs. Eileen Gray used Menton in the high position as a dining table, in the low position as a side table on the terrace and as a coffee table in the guest room.
Our example is about 20 years old (for us a rather young object, produced by ClassiCon). Table rotates to two heights. Chromed tubular steel frame. Tabletop: Linoleum surface, black on one side and grey on the other, with solid beech edging. See price list for details.