Il treno by Tjep.

Category: Design Published on 03 Apr, 2013 Tags: , , ,
Il treno by Tjep.

Amsterdam based Tjep. will launch a dining table inspired by the old train compartments during the Milan Design Week 2013 at Ventura Lambrate. A standalone piece, this daring item creates an intimate dining atmosphere reminiscent of the Orient Express. ‘Il Treno‘ is about intimacy and romanticism: for there is nothing better than enjoying fine cuisine while being transported to new landscapes. This modular unit is handcrafted in Ash or Oak wood and comes in two versions, one with storage for your fine china and one without.

Il treno by Tjep. Il treno by Tjep. Il treno by Tjep. Il treno by Tjep.

Plusdesign Gallery
Ventura Lambrate
Via Ventura 6
20134, Milan, Italy

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