Beautiful, timeless, recyclable, and forever modern in the truest sense. Since 1971 Heller has worked with GOATed designers like the Vignellis, Mario Bellini, Philippe Starck, Vico Magistretti, William Sawaya, and Frank Gehry to bring award-winning, museum collection-bound products to market. After some time out of the limelight, Heller's back with a splashy relaunch and all the intelligent, covetable, practical, durable, and dazzling goods to back it up. Our arms are open.
When MoMA opened its doord on 53rd Street in 1939, its designers adopted an aesthetic pricincipal for displaying art that had been bubbling for a few decades - the white cube. Inside, the building featured small, intimate galleries that focused attention on the artwork rather than the architecture and the white cube style became ubiquitous. Alan Heller, after producting the work of other designers since the 70s, designed this perfect table himself in 2014. Like the most fabulously clean and slick art gallery just waiting to filled, these tables work to show off your best work in any space.