Product Description

The Mater Accent Table is designed by the Danish architect duo Space Copenhagen and combines a sculptural and handcrafted aesthetic. Following along the same bloodline as the highly successful 2009 Mater High Stool, the Accent collection consists of three coffee tables, a larger oval lounge table and round dining table. The various sizes allow for creativity and flexibility in configuration, and creating different atmospheres for both home and public spaces. Crafted in solid FSC certified oak with a white matte lacquer.

Designed by Space Copenhagen | DK

 

ø17.7” x H 21.6”

Solid FSC certified oak wood w/ Matte White Lacquer

About the Brand

Mater

Mater is a conscious and ethical design brand with a strong design philosophy and great craftsmanship. Through collaborations with an external base of established and fresh design talent, Mater combines exclusive high-end furniture and lighting, with working methods that support people, local craft traditions and the environment. The aesthetic of Mater has clear references to Scandinavian minimalism and the designs are all made with sustainably or ethically sourced materials.

Designed for both commercial and residential use, Mater strive to avoid and minimise any adverse impact on society, by following ethical and sustainable production criteria and creating products that will both stand the test of time and inspire the consumer to cherish and savour them. 

 

“Mater means ‘mother’ in Latin. The name is the daily reminder of our small contribution to preventing the challenges ‘mother earth’ faces. Design influences how we as humans live our lives; it shapes values, culture and society. Unfortunately, we are increasingly aware that the choices made during design processes often have environmental consequences. However, as a manufacturer, we have the opportunity to rethink dubious practices and create ethical and sustainable design that minimises adverse social and environmental impacts.”

 

- Henrik Marstrand, CEO & Founder

 

 Founded in Copenhagen in 2006