Clean lines: Dieter Rams’s 621 side table by Vitsoe

Vitsoe re-released designer Dieter Rams’s 621 side table, which was first released in 1962. The original table had clean lines and unadorned surface, helping influence minimalism. The 621 may be used as a coffee table, side table, night table or work table. It connects to other 621s to create longer surfaces. It also changes function with a simple 90 degree turn.

The re-released 621 has the same touches as the original, including a durable, hand-painted, textured surface that fights static and keeps objects in place and a choice of colors (off-white or black). Rams also introduced adjustable feet to help achieve balance.

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