• Birch Ply
  • White Laminate
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Edie Set

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Edie Set

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Edie Set

Designed by David & Joni Steiner for their niece, Edie, the set is an arrangement of one Edie Table and three Edie Stools. They’re perfect for young children to eat or play around and were designed to be friendly and approachable, simple in form and easy to make. The table and stools also double up as small coffee or side tables.

The Edie stool has come to represent Opendesk and is now in the permanent collections of both the Victoria & Albert Museum, London and the Vitra Design Museum, Basel.

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  • Length: 650mm
  • Height: 450mm
  • Width: 675mm
  • Seats: 3 people

Quality materials and neat features

Opendesk products are made with love and care by local makers using beautiful furniture grade Baltic birch plywood.

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Why this product is different?

The Edie Set is designed to be manufactured by a network of independent makers all around the world. This is possible thanks to Opendesk’s alternative supply chain - designers share designs for products that can be downloaded and made locally using the latest digital tools. We call this model ‘Open Making’.

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Locally made near you

Opendesk’s global community of makers is 100+ strong and growing daily. We’ll always try and find a maker as close to you as possible - so that your furniture is made on demand and only transported that ‘final mile’ from workshop to your workspace.