The Pedrera Table
was originally created in 1955 by Spanish designer Barba Corsini to match the Pedrera
lamp series. He had the honourable task of designing the interior of the world famous Spanish residence of Antonio Gaudi. So the architect created these numerously awarded and internationally renowned lamps and side table specially for the apartments of Gaudi's much-valued building in Barcelona. His source of inspiration were its unique cylindrical chimneys with their interesting hole pattern. In the lamp's base he picked up the design of the "La Pedrera" house's vaulted ceiling, which is also where the Pedrera
got its name.
In 2010 the beautiful Pedrera
collection was rediscovered and reissued by the Danish label Gubi.
The table is made up of one glass top, kidney-shaped, typical for the designs of the 50s, and a supporting structure made of metal.
Discover the entire Pedrera
collection by clicking "product family".