Designed by Eileen Gray and an object in MoMA’s collection, this tubular-steel Adjustable Table E1027 still looks current after more than 90 years. It’s said Gray originally designed the E1027 for her sister who ate breakfast in bed to hold her dining tray above the bed, minimizing crumb spillage. The table is named after the E-1027 house that Gray built for herself and her partner, Jean Badovici, in France. The code name E-1027 is derived from: E for Eileen, 10 for Jean (J is the 10th letter of the alphabet), 2 for B(adovici) and 7 for G(ray).This Italian-made table’s height can be adjusted for a variety of uses and the cantilever design allows its tabletop to hover where needed. The E1027 Side Table measures 24.25–39.25h x 19.7”diam.
Size24.25- 39.25h x 19.7"diam.
Year of Design1927
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