Little Friend™ by Fritz Hansen

Little Friend™

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Designer Kaspar Salto
Launched in 2005
Architonic id 1022045

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the multi-purpose table Little Friend™ designed by Kasper Salto is a small yet significant piece of furniture in the history of Fritz Hansen. the ground- breaking design was the result of a series of think tanks’ ideas of new ways of working and living. Little Friend is a flexible, multifunctional and portable solution to the challenges of modern minimalistic working and living. it is perfect for your laptop as well as your morning coffee.

Little Friend™ is available in two models: A height-adjustable version and a version with fixed height. the button on the top of the height-adjustable model is made of brass, polished and chromed and activates the height adjustment. the top has a cut-out carrier handle.
the table top is available in two versions: compact laminate in various colours and veneer. the centre tube on the height adjustable model is a telescope tube: the outer tube is in mirror chromed steel and the inner tube is in satin matt steel. On the model with fixed height the centre tube is in mirror chromed steel. the three-legged foot and the flange are pressure moulded polished aluminium. Also available with a lacquered base match- ing the colour of the table top made in compact laminate.

VARIATIONS & DIMENSIONS
Little FriendTM is available in the colours: White, black, gray and light sand and with veneer in oak and walnut.

MODEL KS11
(Height adjustable) Height: 50-73 cm
diameter: 45 cm

MODELL KS12
(Fixed height) Height: 60 cm
diameter: 45 cm



Designer: Kasper Salto

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