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The Baguette Table is a dining table that is so svelte that it seems to float, but it’s actually strong enough to hold an entire buffet. French designers Ronan and Ewan Bouroullec created the look with a long, slender top fastened to cast aluminum legs that create the illusion of delicacy.
Baguette for most of us recalls a crusty French loaf, but it was the original definition of the word—"wand"—that inspired this table, which is available in two lengths: 62” and 80”. The long, thin top can be 1” MDF in white or black, clear or white glass, or slate or quartzite, and the cast aluminum legs and frame can be polished or painted white or black.
- Legs in die-cast aluminium polished or painted in epoxy resin. Crosspiece in aluminium polished or painted in epoxy resin. Top in transparent or mass coloured glass, in Italian ardesia slate, in quartzite or in MDF
- Height: 71.5 cm / 28 Inch
- Length: 157 cm / 62 Inch, or 203 cm / 80 Inch
- Width: 84 cm / 33 Inch
Magis gives you more choices—for indoors and out, for the lounge, the café, the patio, the lobby, the classroom. By combining craft with industrial process Magis products deliver beyond expectations. It makes sense, since Magis means “more than” in Latin. While delivering more, Magis uses less—material and energy—a commitment Magis shares with Herman Miller. A belief in authored design is another; Magis works with top designers from around the world, such as Michael Young who, in 2001, designed a fun and very functional doghouse. Check out all the over 200 Magis products GR Shop has to offer.
Magis Baguette Table Designed by:
- Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec , 2011
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec
Ronan - France, 1971 / Erwan - France, 1976
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec’s working collaboration is a permanent dialogue nourished by their distinct personalities and a shared notion of diligence with the intention to reach more balance and fineness.
In 1997, they presented their Disintegrated Kitchen at the Salon du Meuble in Paris and were spotted by Giulio Cappellini, who gave them their first industrial design projects, notably the Lit clos (“Closed Bed”) and the Spring Chair. A meeting with Vitra’s Rolf Fehlbaum resulted in their conception of a new kind of office system, Joyn, in 2002. This was the beginning of a special partnership that has borne fruit in numerous projects, including Algues, the Alcove Sofa, the Worknest, the Slow Chair, the Vegetal and L’Oiseau. Since 2004, the Bouroullecs have also been working with Magis, for whom they have designed two complete furniture collections, Striped and Steelwood as well as additional projects such as the Pila chair, the Pilo table, the Central and Tambour tables.
Today Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec design for numerous manufacturers, Vitra, Kvadrat, Magis, Kartell, Alessi, Mattiazzi, Flos, and more recently, Iittala.