PearsonLloyd, 2012

The ELEVEN coffee tables are the natural complement to the upholstery collection designed by the British duo PearsonLloyd.
The slender cast-aluminium legs, in new sizes in the low tables, are the distinctive feature of the entire project. Lightly sculpted, they support the lacquered MDF top, forming a solid and simple structure. The series includes four variants of shape: for the height 22.5 cm, there is a Ø90 cm round top and a 70x120 cm rectangular top. For a height of 37.5 cm, a double square top 70x70 cm and a round top Ø70 cm are available. The variety of shapes and elegant finishes allow the ELEVEN table collection to fit into the most diverse spaces.


Tom Lloyd and Luke Pearson founded PearsonLloyd in 1997 and have since completed a wide variety of projects. The studio has created a research-based “investigative” working approach that balances creations, efficiency, user needs and ergonomics. In 2008, Tom and Luke were awarded the distinction of Royal Designers for Industry by The Royal Society of Arts, and in August 2012 were named in the top 50 designers ‘Shaping the Future’ by Fast-Co Magazine in New York. In 2022 Luke and Tom were bestowed as Honorary Doctors of Design by Nottingham Trent University. In 2011, they designed the Eleven upholstered seating system for Alias, which was accompanied by the coffee tables (2012) and the high back version (2015) as a natural complement. In 2016, they designed the Slim office seating collection and the Twelve sofa, followed by the Ten outdoor upholstery system in 2021. They live and work in London.

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