Dimensions

Width 80 cm
Depth 80 cm
Height 45 cm
Weight 25 kg

Materials

Colour Beech wood legs black
Material Steel
Secondary material Beech

Specification

Assembly required minimal
Suitable for outdoor use no

Coffee Table "Couchtisch CT-01" by German design label OPOSSUM Design - Vejtsberg

Coffee Table "Couchtisch CT-01" by German design label OPOSSUM Design - Vejtsberg.

Main body made from very solid white powder coated steel (made in Germany).

Legs available in beech wood black / beech wood oiled (= natural) / oak wood oiled (= natural).

Includes high quality wooden bowl, porcelain bowl and flower vase. Flower vase and bowls can be fully integrated into the table via available slots. Also includes cover elements for the slots when vase and bowls not in use.

Storage space underneath table subdivided to arrange magazines and other items neatly.

The build quality and therefore appearance of this design product is as high as one would expect from a product made in Germany. Unfortunately that is always a bit difficult to convey with images. 

Please note that depicted plant and magazines are not included.

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This design item was created by OPOSSUM Design - Vejtsberg which is a well established German design brand. The brand focuses on rethinking objects that surround us in our daily lives. By refining both function and aesthetics, OPOSSUM Design - Vejtsberg wants to work against the trend of us being surrounded by increasingly interchangeable, short-lived and anonymous products. The brand was founded in 1998 by Heike and Uwe Sinnig in Germany. At the beginning they started in a small garage, now they develop and produce new design gift articles, indoor furniture and interior objects as well as objects for the garden. Many of the designs have received critical acclaim.


OPOSSUM Design is a well established German design brand that focuses on rethinking objects that surround us in our daily lives. By refining both function and aesthetics, OPOSSUM Design wants to work against the trend of us being surrounded by increasingly interchangeable, short-lived and anonymous products.