Annet Coffee Table
The Annet coffee table is part of a comprehensive collection of complementary outdoor seating and tables introduced in 2005 by Dutch architect Piet Boon. Boon is celebrated internationally for his total design concepts – furniture, architecture, and interiors – underscored by ergonomic functionality and durability expressed through aesthetic of natural materials. For Boon’s outdoor collection, the designer chose highly-prized iroko wood – often referred to as African teak. Iroko is an extraordinarily durable wood that is similar to teak in its tonality that continues to develop as it ages. Unlike teak, iroko wood does not require regular treatment with oil or varnish for its use outdoors.
While the Annet coffee tables, characterized by their solid construction in thick iroko wood, Piet Boon’s masterful treatment of the forms gently splayed legs provides tremendous visual interest as a foil to the table top’s horizontal expanse of slats. The Annet coffee tables are available in two versions – rectilinear and square.
The Annet coffee table’s versatile aesthetic can be paired perfectly with Piet Boon’s Niek and Gijs collections of generously proportioned lounge chairs, settees, and sofas. The coffee table’s form beautifully mimics the designer’s larger and taller Anne dining tables.
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Composed of solid, durable iroko wood often referred to as African teak
Tables are available in two versions – rectilinear and square
Form mimics Piet Boon’s taller and larger Anne dining tables
Pairs beautifully with the designer’s complementary Niek and Gijs seating
Low Rectilinear Version:
47.25″ width, 23.6” depth, 12.6” height
(splayed leg footprint is 49.6” width, 26” depth)
Low Large Square Version:
47.25″ width, 47.25” depth, 12.6” height
(splayed leg footprint is 49.6” width, 49.6” depth)