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Safeefah x Clay – Stools and Tables

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Description

The “Safeefah X Clay” collection consists of clay stools and tables that function as dining furniture, and can be stacked to look like a totem pole.

The collection, which is a collaboration between Emirati designer Abdallah Al Mulla and Spanish designer Pepa Reverter will push the limits of clay design by creating pieces that surpass a diameter of 60cm and a height of one metre.

As part of this integrated vision, the design incorporates traditional palm frond Safeefah* as decorative belts and elements with the clay forms.

Limited Edition:
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Design Class

Full dimensions (cm)

38x38x32, 48.5×48.5×37, 57x57x50, 65x65x40

Material

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Production Year

2019

Weight (kg)

50 kg.

Variation

high seat, High table, Low seat, Medium seat

Designer: Abdallah Al Mulla SKU: N/A Categories: , , ,

Additional information

Color

, ,

Design Class

Full dimensions (cm)

38x38x32, 48.5×48.5×37, 57x57x50, 65x65x40

Material

,

Production Year

2019

Weight (kg)

50 kg.

Variation

high seat, High table, Low seat, Medium seat

The designer

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Abdallah Al Mulla
MULA, a design studio founded in 2018 by Dubai based Architect/Designer Abdalla Almulla. MULA’s creative practice is driven by the creative energy, which is constantly in flux; going into the unknown, creating new ideas and developing them as the design advances. The methodologies are perceived as a sequence of theoretical and visual design explorations within a focused subject by using patterns and geometry as regulators in setting the design guidelines. At MULA we simultaneously study the subject’s attributes to develop them through a preliminary study of concepts, prototyping and digital technology. We use the method of prototyping to learn and repeat, in doing so, a creative value is added to the creative practice to constantly evolve, providing the customers with unique designs.

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