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I’m always fascinated by the forward-thinking designs of the modernist era – 80 years on and they still look every bit the contemporary piece of design. And this Laccio L table is a perfect example.
Designed by Marcel Breuer as a Bauhaus apprentice in 1925 as a low table to sit with the Wassily chair, it used tube steel, based on the tube frame of a bicycle, with a white or black laminate top.
Both the Laccio L and the smaller Laccio S table (also pictured here) are still in production by Knoll, with the Laccio L priced at £405 and the Laccio S selling for £241.