The Collection
Worktop and base of the Mushroom tables are made of one and the same material. The conic base is a composition of stacked round panels creating a unique texture in which the joint lines merge with the horizontal lines of the multiplex. The edge of the worktop continues this horizontal pattern and makes the top blend together with the base. The mat surface of the Fenix lamination on top creates a beautiful contrast with the ridge texture of the base and edge.


Size matters

The Mushroom tables come in different heights and diameters. The weight of the base easily supports a 140cm diameter worktop, leaving plenty of leg space underneath.



The wood used for the construction of the Mushroom tables is FSC certified multiplex. The edge of the worktop and the base are lacquered with a transparent, ecofriendly coating.

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Born in 1970 in The Netherlands, he started his art & design education at the Design Academy in Eindhoven, in 1988 and graduated in 1999 at the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Utrecht as product designer. In between he studied in several countries abroad and before graduated for Fine Arts in 1993. In 1999 he started his independent design studio in the Netherlands and built his network of different companies all over the world. Dirk played a decisive role in the creation of Conceptual Furniture Design and its strategic orientation. He designed most of our soft seating ranges, his leading design principle being that furniture should adapt to every style and any environment.
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