Foresta Side Table 1


  • Part of the Foresta collection, designed by Michaelis Boyd.
  • Two side table design options available.
  • Solid marble top with solid Oak legs.
  • Bespoke options for timber and marble.

In brief

The dovetail is the literal and figurative focal point defining the junctions of materiality and volumes. This definition resonates through each piece, connecting them as a range but also allowing each piece to be used independently. We have carefully selected a restricted palette of natural oak, marble and metal, that can be customized for each piece. Implying a structural connection, metal inlays are deliberately understated, perhaps only seen at a glance, inviting the eye to look again and explore the details more closely.

‘Michaelis Boyd is a global architecture practice with offices in London and New York. Founded in 1995 by Alex Michaelis and Tim Boyd, the practice has earned a reputation for their creative design-led approach and award-winning sophisticated architecture and interior design with emphasis placed on sustainable and environmentally-conscious materials and building techniques.’

Working together

‘For the MB and Forest to Home collaboration, we have applied the design process we use for our architectural and interior projects.  As a studio, developing the design principles alongside specialist makers is the greatest opportunity for realising new methods for delivering a concept. Working alongside Forest to Home, we have learned how to best accentuate natural characteristics, profiles and junctions of materials.’ – Alex Michaelis

There is a deep connection between human beings and nature. Our sustainable furniture is specified by some of the world’s best designers and architects to create spaces that have the potential for a positive impact on our psychological, physiological and neurological responses.

Additional information

Additional information

Weight 25 kg
Dimensions 450 × 450 × 450 mm

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