M 10-4 Bauhaus folding table by Erich Brendel

It’s interesting to reflect on older pieces and see what their impact is on today’s design. This folding table was designed by Erick Brendel at the Bauhaus art and architecture school in Weimar, Germany in 1924. The table rests on castor wheels comes with four flaps, adjustable, inside shelf and 2 insert plates. There are four additional foldable tops in the table. Redesigned by Tecta, colors range from natural, red, black to ash white.
erich brendel bauhaus folding table

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