NEW FROM DESIGN BY THEM: CHAPEL COFFEE TABLES, BY NIKOLAI KOTLARCZYK

NEW FROM DESIGN BY THEM: CHAPEL COFFEE TABLES, BY NIKOLAI KOTLARCZYK


What's a good cup of coffee, without a good coffee table to place it on?

Whether it be for entertaining or simply unwinding with by the television, we believe your coffee table should be more than just a space to pile things onto.


Luckily for us, the new Chapel Coffee Tables by Nikolai Kotlarczyk have arrived at Design By Them.


The collection is architecturally inspired and cleverly utilises transperancy and geometry to create modern designs that evoke a subtle sense of nostalgia and opulence.




"The Chapel table series takes inspiration from my travels to Italy and the magnificent stained glass windows of many baroque churches throughout the country. Made up of simple circular voids, the rose windows were used by architects as a visual mandala to bring symmetry and balance to the space."

- Nikolai Kotlarczyk, designer.



These bold new designs are more than your average table to kick your feet up onto. The Chapel collection couples graphic contours with strong materials, and the steel legs and circular configurations hero the toughened glass above.


With choices of translucent tinted glass or a marble blockout graphic in three different sizes and shapes, the collection is sure to have something to suit your space.







ABOUT THE DESIGNER:



Nikolai Kotlarczyk is an Australian designer based in Copenhagen, Denmark since 2013. Nikolai’s studio focuses on design pieces full of narrative. A strong connection with geography, history, materiality and rituals can be seen within his pieces.


Working within a self-expressed refined decorative style, his work aims to simplify the act of story telling through an honest pallet of materials, and bold forms.



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