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Biplane Table, Black

Coffee table

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As light as a feather and arched like the back of a gymnast, the Biplane can be placed at the corner of an armchair or a couch. Of English origin (from her mother), it is both coffee table and side table, cyber table and desk. Inspired by Scandinavian design (and the sixties), the Biplane is made of molded wood.

Its two levels and upturned folds like to display books and magazines, phones and lap tops. A glass or a vase can be fitted into the pierced hole on its highest level.

Comes in shades of natural, blond or spice-colored wood, even in black. Don't hesitate to ask for wood samples at

Molded beech plywood table and solid beech frame and legs (to be assembled), coloured and oiled. 

Made in our Parisian workshop of Bastille.

First edition of 50 numbered Biplane tables.

Height 49cm (large tray), 61cm (with the small tray)
Length 84cm (large tray), 95cm (with the small tray)
Width 61cm
Color Black
Material Wood

T& Tsé associées is a French design company, one of the very rare ones to have remained independent from its launching in 1991. It was founded by two Parisian designers, Sigolène Prébois and Catherine Lévy. This world-famous enterprise has two shops in Paris, one by the Louvre and the other in the Marais area. The Tsé & Tsé team, composed of less than ten people, masters the design of objects from their conception to their production and distribution. Prototypes are created in their workshop in the Bastille area of Paris, where certain items can be adapted to clients’ specific needs.

Every object requires special research in finding the best quality manufacturers. Noble materials are used, according to traditional know-how, that favour quality and long life features for the objects. Because of this, lamps, dishes and furniture are made in small series, sometimes individually and rarely over 1000 items per year.


Every item is unique, and these differences are Tsé & Tsé’s inimitable signature.

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