Hungarian-French Mathieu Matégot worked in furniture design for only ten years, however he is behind the creations of numerous innovative designs during the 60’s that they ended up being classics. He was the first to combine metal tubing with perforated sheet metal in furniture design.The simple and arresting shapes of the French designer were selected, revisited and became part of the new Gubi collection, part of which arrived recently at Oikos and has already become a hit. The Nagasaki stool, made of perforated metal with four tubular metal legs, is responsive and lightweight and is utterly fresh and contemporary. It is available in colours: red, yellow and white.
Designed to work with the other Gubi dreations by Mathieu Mategot we chose along with the Nagasaki stool the Kangourou table. Made from perforated sheet metal, Kangourou consists of one large and one small table, the smaller one fitting inside the larger one but looking great whether fitted in or placed separately. Kangourou comes in various color combinations!
The Dedal bookshelf spontaneously remindes on one of the many colored stones from the famous computer game classic Tetris. It can be used by itself or grouped together with like or dissimilar colors to create a unique and interesting bookshelf for each and every space in your home.
Last but not least, the Coatrack Mategot is an alternative to the uninspiring wall mounted coatracks usually seen in entrances. With a coatrack center made of brass and the three arms made of powder coated metal, it certainly gives a touch of Modernism in your space and reminds of mid-century jacks (max) designs. Available in two different color combinations!