Mosquito Table – Rex Kralj

Mosquito Table – Rex Kralj

from 3,195.00

Maker: Rex Kralj | Slovenia
Designer: Studio Rex Kralj | Slovenia
Year: 2019

In 1953 Niko Kralj designed the Mosquito Chair, a ground breaking plywood chair named after its unique wing-like seat and splayed legs. Rex Kralj has paid tribute to the original design and created a dining table that expands its legacy. Like the chair, splayed metal legs catch our eye our first, followed by the crisp wooden surface of the table top.

The Mosquito Table perfectly captures the architectural simplicity that defines Niko Kralj’s legacy. Sturdy yet elegant, the Mosquito Table seats between 8 and 10 people depending on the size (2m / 2.2m / 2.5m), making it the perfect addition to any home, office, or restaurant space.

Attributes:
- Authentic Modern Design
- Made in Slovenia

Dimensions:
- Small: W 200cm, D 100cm, H 74cm
- Medium: W 220cm, D 100cm, H 74cm
- Large: W 250cm, D 100cm, H 74cm

Materials:
- Available in a range of timbers
- Oak (Black / White / Natural), Walnut
- Steel frame available in Black or White

 Please contact us to confirm availability. Some furniture items require an indent order with a lead time of 8-10 weeks.

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Made by Rex Krajl

Rex Kralj was founded by Niko Kralj in Slovenia in 1952 and has since become known for its significant contribution to 20th century industrial design. Krajl's work has been included in a design exhibition at Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York and been part of the collection of Design museum Danmark in Copenhagen, among other high profile international exhibitions.

Niko Kralj is the most significant Slovene designer of all periods. His role can be compared to the Aalto’s in Finland or the Eameses in USA.
— Museum of Architecture and Design | Ljubljana
 

Designed by Niko Krajl

Niko Kralj is a highly celebrated central figure of Slovenian post-war design. Kralj's modern designs have come to represent a key part of the Slovenian cultural identity. His work from the mid 20th century sits comfortably alongside the most important industrial designers in the world. 

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