Two young Spanish industrial designers - Clara del Portillo and Alex Selma, decided to establish a multidisciplinary studio in 2006. The results of their creative design-work are simple and functional products - from chairs, sofas, lamps, and accessories to outdoor furniture.
They have won several international awards for their work, including the Red Dot Design Award, the IF Design Award, and the Good Design and Wallpaper * Design Awards. Because they work together in the studio and complement each other, they decided to name (the studio) Yonoh, which is an ambigram – a text that can be read upside-down; so in itself, it symbolically reflects the personalities of Clara and Alex.
They designed the Hexagon table for TON, collection Valencia and armchair Ginger.
Hexagon Table 641
Hexagon Table 640
Hexagon Table 639
Hexagon Table 638
The “heart” of the table – with its central pedestal, is composed of a hexagonal cast-iron base, finished in black. The central tube allows Hexagon to assume two heights – that of a classical dining table, as well as a bar-level height. The tabletop is offered in two variations of shape and material.