The TNP occasional table, designed by Christophe Pillet to furnish the Théâtre National Populaire, one of the most prestigious French cultural institutions, is a new and important protagonist for furnishing homes and community areas, both indoors and outdoors. Its cast iron base, personalised with the theatre’s logo, supports a square or rectangular top in bent sheet metal. The entire table has a powder-coated lacquer finish in three colours: white, black or the same shade of red used in the Parisian theatre.
Founded in Paris in 1920 by Firmin Gemier, the Théâtre National Populaire will re-open on 11 November, after restoration work has been completed, at Villeurbanne near Lyon.