XES Table Design Edward Geluk by Goods
The XES table is designed by Edward Geluk and is released by the Dutch Design label Goods. It is a mini table where you can put only one item on. The XES table was presented in Milan in 1996 at the International Furniture Fair Salone del Mobile. Philippe Starck chose the XES for the International Design Yearbook 1997. This minimalistic design classic has a heavy satin stainless steel cone and stan and a white nylon top witch is slightly translucent and as hard as marble. You can pick up the XES table by the white top with a diameter of 13 cm. The top has an rim, so the items on the table are always in the middle. The total height of the table is 65 cm. It is produced in the Netherlands using sustainable materials can be reused. The XES table is a statement, an unpretentious art object that is modestly present in any interior.
Edward Geluk is a multifunctional designer who creates functional and ergonomic designs. He is known for his work for private and corporate clients and has taught in higher professional education and at university level. He describes his work as “creating functional ergonomic designs, as sights for sore eyes, based on international cultural experiences”.
The XES table is produced by Goods a brand founded in 1995, inspired by the human being’s ancient custom of gift-giving. Nowadays, the collection consists of prominent home accessories and small furniture by Dutch designers. These designers are both internationally acclaimed and young talents. Products from Goods are widely available in international museums, such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Iceland Design Centre.