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WGT99 and WGT04

Originally designed in 1999, table WGT99 was used among others for the S.M.A.K. in Ghent and the Yohji Yamamoto flagship stores in Antwerp and Paris. Part of the collection of the Ghent Design Museum the stainless steel tables with their slender legs have remained relevant throughout the years, being appreciated by users for their modular nature and timelessness. WGT99 can be used individually as well as in a larger composition. Available in two different heights, the table serves as coffee table (h 37cm) and dining table (h 74 cm).

WGT99, High table
1999, Table for SMAK
2005, Table for Yohji Yamamoto boutique
– brushed stainless steel frame and brushed stainless steel top
– brushed stainless steel frame and epoxy top
– brushed stainless steel frame and leather top
– brushed stainless steel frame and wood veneer top
2019, Table for ‘Collateral’ Art and Furniture: collaboration between architect Wim Goes and artist Willem Cole
– brushed stainless steel frame and enamel top

WGT04, Low table
2004
– brushed stainless steel frame and brushed stainless steel top
2005, Table for Yohji Yamamoto boutique
– brushed stainless steel frame and epoxy top
2019, Table for ‘Collateral’ Art and Furniture: collaboration between architect Wim Goes and artist Willem Cole
– brushed stainless steel frame and enamel top

WHT05, Jewellerybox for Mikimoto
2005, brushed stainless steel frame and glass

Photos by Kristien Daem, Liza François and Wim Goes Architectuur

Originally designed in 1999, table WGT99 was used among others for the S.M.A.K. in Ghent and the Yohji Yamamoto flagship stores in Antwerp and Paris. Part of the collection of the Ghent Design Museum the stainless steel tables with their slender legs have remained relevant throughout the years, being appreciated by users for their modular nature and timelessness. WGT99 can be used individually as well as in a larger composition. Available in two different heights, the table serves as coffee table (h 37cm) and dining table (h 74 cm).

WGT99, High table
1999, Table for SMAK
2005, Table for Yohji Yamamoto boutique
– brushed stainless steel frame and brushed stainless steel top
– brushed stainless steel frame and epoxy top
– brushed stainless steel frame and leather top
– brushed stainless steel frame and wood veneer top
2019, Table for ‘Collateral’ Art and Furniture: collaboration between architect Wim Goes and artist Willem Cole
– brushed stainless steel frame and enamel top

WGT04, Low table
2004
– brushed stainless steel frame and brushed stainless steel top
2005, Table for Yohji Yamamoto boutique
– brushed stainless steel frame and epoxy top
2019, Table for ‘Collateral’ Art and Furniture: collaboration between architect Wim Goes and artist Willem Cole
– brushed stainless steel frame and enamel top

WHT05, Jewellerybox for Mikimoto
2005, brushed stainless steel frame and glass

Photos by Kristien Daem, Liza François and Wim Goes Architectuur
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