|Material:||powder coated steel|
Serener’s Christoph Seyferth originally designed the Lloyd Table for the avant-garde Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy in Amsterdam. Visit and you’ll spot Lloyd Tables in the hotel’s guest rooms, common spaces, and restaurant. Since the hotel’s opening in 2004, Lloyd Table has become regarded as an exemplar of smart Dutch design. It’s elegant and versatile, sturdy and poetic.
The Lloyd’s steel top allows the table to be exceptionally stable. The metal flexes to accommodate uneven surfaces – all four legs always touch the floor. What’s more, plastic caps on the legs keeps floors safe from scratches.
Serener’s Christoph Seyferth made a simple paper cutout version of the Lloyd Table. Watch him assemble it to demonstrate the table’s ingenious pliability.