Appropriately scaled

BassamFellows developed Layer Tables to work well with light-scaled, modern sofas—such as those they’ve designed for Geiger and Herman Miller.

A rectangular Layer occasional table with a glass top and stone lower shelf.

Layers of meaning

Layer Tables embody their name in two ways. The first is obvious from their construction. Glass tops provide the primary surfaces, allowing the cross-brace structure or an optional secondary surface to be visible through the tabletop. The second way draws on the design intent. BassamFellows created the collection to be layered into architectural settings. Side tables and rectangular or L-shaped coffee tables fit elegantly into all types of furniture plans without overpowering a space.

A Layer glass top occasional table with a light wood lower shelf.
An L-shaped Layer glass top coffee table with two wood lower shelves.

A table for corners

As complementary players, Layer Tables work particularly well in collaborative work settings, where circulation space is important for keeping people and ideas flowing. In particular, the L-shaped coffee table serves people seated along the run of a corner sofa or sectional while also allowing people to approach their seated colleagues without having to navigate around a large block table.