Add a stylish new surface to your interiors with the Munich Coffee Table, created by Matthias Sauerbruch and Louisa Hutton for German furniture giant ClassiCon.
The Munich furniture collection comes from the famous collaboration of design duo Sauerbruch and Hutton, who work with the guiding light from the ClassiCon label. This range was originally designed for the Munich Brandhorst Museum, with a selection of chairs, sofas and tables commissioned to furnish the many foyers, reception rooms and cafeterias of the building. The Munich Coffee Table was originally unveiled in 2009 and remains a popular choice for private and public spaces alike.
The Munich Coffee Table keeps things simple, with a four-legged frame of solid wood providing plenty of stability. The tabletop itself is pure glass plate, with gently curved edges softening things up beautifully. Measuring 88 x 58 x 38 cm, this rectangular table can be used in all kinds of arrangements, from cosy clusters of seating in living rooms, to more professional pairings of sofas and surfaces in commercial spaces and waiting areas. The pared-back aesthetics of the Munich range makes each piece incredibly versatile, allowing for easy coordinating with other furnishings and all kinds of decors.