A minimalist collection of tables and stools that put the focus on the beauty of raw materials.

Founded by art promoter Arek Glanowski and Tomasz Danielec, who has 20 years of experience in art and architecture, Baker Street Boys is a London-based design and art studio that makes sculptural objects and furniture. Their latest collection named The Line celebrates minimalist design as well as the beauty of raw materials. Designed by Tomasz Danielec, the range features simple geometric shapes that highlight the character of reclaimed wood and raw steel. The collection combines minimalist forms with a simplified manufacturing process. And the result? Sculptural tables and stools that double as functional art pieces.

The Line comprises four one-of-a-kind products: a side table, a coffee table, a bar stool, and a foot stool. All of them blend raw steel and 200/300-year-old reclaimed oak wood in clean geometric silhouettes. The designs also put a focus on function. While The Line Coffee Table has a swan-like shape and features a cut-out handle for optimal portability, The Line Side Table boasts a G-shape form and a wide slot for a laptop, books, magazines, or accessories. The foot stool has a reversed V shape for maximum stability, while the bar stool matches the side table with an elongated G-shape.

A blend of rustic and industrial style, the collection combines antique wood from reclaimed French beams with textured raw steel. These sculptural pieces are one of a kind and work well either together or as standalone pieces. Prices range from around $3,400 to around $8,300. Every product is made to order and also comes with a certificate of authenticity and a customizable product card. Photographs© Baker Street Boys.

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