• Josef Albers Nesting Tables
Josef Albers was mainly involved in furniture design during his time at the Bauhaus in Weimar, where, for a short time, he was also artistic director of the furniture workshop.

Vitra Design Museum has re-issued his Nesting Tables - originally created for the socalled Moellenhof House in Berlin: they combine clear geometrical shapes with use of colour derived from Albers’ painterly oeuvre. On the under side, the glass table tops are lacquered turquoise, yellow, red, or blue.

Collection Vitra Design Museum.

frame solid oak, table tops lacquered acrylic glass.

625 × 600 × 400 mm

Josef Albers, 1926/27