SAVOY Collection

Patrick Norguet, 2024

Patrick Norguet designed SAVOY for Alias, a collection of small tables with a distinctive sculptural character, designed to furnish the most diverse lounge contexts.
The strong contrast between the leg’s linear architecture and the tabletop’s softness is the highlight of this project, in which the fusion of the robust metal and the warm, natural wood gives the elements of the collection a unique personality.
SAVOY comes in three versions with different shapes and sizes, which can be coordinated with each other. The elegantly and dynamically designed leg is composed, in the different heights, of a vertical MDF element – veneered or lacquered – coordinated with the top. Lacquered steel details, attached to the end of this element, provide stability to the various tables.


Patrick Norguet’s creative vision is reflected in the SAVOY collection. The care and elegance of the shapes, together with the construction logic, give these coffee tables a timeless appeal that combines aesthetics, functionality and extraordinary craftsmanship.
“Savoy marks the return of my collaboration with the prestigious Alias brand. I decided to work on this small, radical collection of tables. This radicality is part of Alias’ DNA and the modernity that makes the brand so unique. SAVOY’s design is consistent with this rigour; strong, precise contours characterise this collection of tables with a strong personality. A strong contrast between the linearity of the leg and the softness of the table top. Wood and metal come together to create an elegant whole. I love unique objects that define a space and give it character: proportion and a sense of detail are the watchwords of good design.” Patrick Norguet

Patrick Norguet

He was born in Tours in 1969 and studied at the Higher School of Industrial Design in Paris. In 2000, he founded his own design studio, ranging from industrial product design to architectural projects. In 2005, he was named designer of the year at "Now! Design for Living" (Maison & Objets). A free spirit of French design, he developed an approach to design based on eclecticism, designing objects characterised by a continuous search for balance and rationality. He designs interior and architectural products for a wide range of clients. For Alias, he designed the Kobi (2012) and Kayak (2014) seating collections; the Gran Kobi and Gran Kobi essentiel armchairs (2016) and the Vina sofa (2018). He lives and works in Paris.

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