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Egue y Seta | Double Decker

Furniture Egue y Seta | Double Decker

Egue y Seta | Double DeckerDesign collaboration with Carmen Pardo Foundation reinterpreting one of their top selling “holding tables”.

“Q.: – Is there is something more practical than a folding table? –
A: – Two!
Q.: – … and something even better?
A: – Four … or two “Double Deckers”:
Q.: -?
A: – Two complementary folding tables with double capacity and storage space.
Q.: “Double Decker” as they call London´s buses?
A. Yes, as tose we take when besides getting somewhere we also want to have fun and enjoy. ”

Egue y Seta | Double Decker

© Víctor Hugo

Egue y Seta | Double Decker

© Víctor Hugo

Designers: Egue y Seta | Daniel Pérez + Felipe Araujo
Project name: Double Decker
Client: Carmen Pardo Valcarce – Foundation
Completed date: 2013
Photographer: Víctor Hugo 
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