The Botanist Epigram Cocktail Table by Orange 22 is a harmonious marriage of modern art and functionality. It combines the precision of minimal honest design with the beauty and feminine touch of nature. The lines are simple and clean producing a dazzling piece to be enjoyed for years to come. Precisely cut from a single sheet of aluminum, each unit is faced with high impact powder coat or with an epoxy coated Tree Frog veneer allowing it to be used equally indoors or outdoors.
Eight icons of design have joined forces with Orange22 Design Lab to launch the firm's Blank Canvas Project. All of the super high-profile designers have created new editions of Orange22's indoor-outdoor, eco-friendly Botanist furniture. Botanist matches each designer's royalty to a foundation or charity of their choice. The Epigram is designed by the Milton Glaser, founder of the New York Magazine who's commissions include the I♥NY logo; the design of a 600-foot mural for the New Federal Office Building in Indianapolis, 1974; the complete graphic and decorative programs for the restaurants in the World Trade Center, New York, as well as the design of the Observation Deck and Permanent Exhibition for the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, 1975.
The Botanist collection by Orange 22 creates a collaborative eco-friendly product offering with internationally renowned designers and innovators that has the power to change the world. Leveraging a green approach to manufacturing and business we strongly believe you can be profitable while make a positive social and environmental impact. Botanist is committed to environmental sustainability & social awareness. 2% of all Botanist product sales are donated to charities and foundation chosen by participating collaborators.
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