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Rio Ipanema

Taking its cues (and moniker) from Brazil’s rich history of modernism, Roche Bobois’s fittingly named Rio Ipanema end table boasts a robust carved solid oak base that balances an 85-centimetre-wide lacquered MDF and leather dishlike surface. Bruno Moinard’s 41.1-centimetre-tall design was also conceived with a series of companion pieces — a sideboard and dining tables — to complete a vignette.

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Clemo

Available in three diameters (49, 90 and 120 centimetres) and three heights (49, 31.5 and 28 centimetres), this trio of coffee tables by Massimo Castagna for Gallotti&Radice embraces primal shapes to striking effect.

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These Prehistoric-Inspired Tables are Braving the Elements

Wood and stone may be two of the world’s oldest materials, but this spring saw designers update these ancient surfaces with unique flair.

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