When an industrial designer like Tom Fereday collaborates with furniture retailer King Living, you can expect the results to be based around four factors: honest design, celebrating materials and manufacturing processes, designing from the inside out and premium quality.
The first Eto desk, which was constructed around an aluminium alloy frame and finished with FSC rated American Walnut, Congo and Smoked Oak veneer, was designed in consideration of how people work with interchangeable lighting and charging accessories. The adjustable light and wireless charging table can simply be plugged into any leg junction and customised to suit anyone’s needs.
A slim integrated drawer unit under the tabletop offers storage for everyday desk items and by concealing the power unit, USB socket and cable management systems, the Eto work desk removes unnecessary clutter at a visual level.
The combination of high-tech functionality and world-class design of the Eto desk has now extended to an even larger offering, with new Eto dining tables and Eto coffee tables. Built upon the same aesthetic foundations of the Eto desk, these products use the same classic details including an oval leg profile. Available in a rectangular or round option, the Eto dining table is ideal for an open plan or apartment-style living. The rectangular Eto table is available in two sizes and can seat 6 to 8 guests.
The entire collection can be specified in Carrara or Nero Marquina marble finishes, as well as veneer finishes.
Combining state of the art design with 21st-Century practicality, the Eto collection proves to be a lifestyle piece that covers all aspects of life: working, dining and living.
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