Calvert is a rereleased design from e15, one which was first made in 1951 by designer and architect Ferdinand Kramer. As part of a series of 'knock-down' pieces of furniture that Kramer designed in the USA in the 50s, the Calvert coffee table is a functional design that inspires thanks to its intelligent use of materials and simple construction.
Production & Construction
The individual parts of the table are cut from plywood boards and subsequently put together, just like a fabric pattern. The coffee table consists of a table top and two interconnectable components that act as a base. Depending on how the modules of the substructure are aligned, the appearance of the sculptural coffee table changes between four-legged and having a cross base.
As a part of the Kramer Edition by e15, the Calvert coffee table is a unique piece of furniture that inspires thanks to its timeless look.
Colours & Material
This individual coffee table is offered with an oak veneer with or without colour, which can be customised on request.
The Charlotte version is available as a feminine counterpart to Calvert, being a coffee table in the same design with a round top.