A set of small round tables in which the presence of metal combined with other materials recalls the large metal greenhouses of the Victorian age present in the Kew Botanical Gardens. The apparently simple metal frame conceals small structural refinements such as the slightly inclined four-ray base that conceals the built-in feet.
The central plinth, into which the top is inserted, is cone-shaped. The table top is thick and consists of two different materials. The surface can be made of marble or wood while the slightly flared side rim is always made of leather.
The tables come in two sizes: 50 and 70 cm for the diameter, and in different heights, 50 cm and 63 cm, so that they can be partially superimposed.
Kew is the perfect companion for the Kensington series but it can also be combined with any upholstered chair or sofa.