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August Aluminium Table Sand - Serax

The August collection by Vincent Van Duysen for Serax is made of aluminium and it is available with a black, grey or eucalyptus green powder coating. This makes it suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. The chairs, lounge chair, and tables articulate the sheer simplicity of the monastic life they were inspired by.


Material: Cast Aluminium 
75 x 75 x 73.5cm (LxWxH)\

*Delivery Time 7 Days


Vincent van Duysen’s collections for Serax epitomise the pureness of form and intuitive relationship with materials that have helped cement his reputation as one of Europe’s leading architects and designers.

He quickly garnered international acclaim for his ability to create distinctively atmospheric, serene, and tactile spaces in which every element is connected and considered: a “total environment”.

Over a career spanning more than three decades, he has refined this approach, applying it at every scale. From buildings to chairs, each project is richly layered, drawing on influences from art history and Modernist architecture and design, and combining a deep respect for natural materials and colour palettes with a singularly contemporary sensibility.


Serax is a Belgian design label, that has been active for over 30 years and is still managed with a passionate family spirit. Today Serax works with stand-out designers from all over the world: Ann Demeulemeester, Vincent Van Duysen, Paola Navone and Piet Boon are just a few names from the illustrious list. 

Serax tableware graces the tables of some of the best restaurants in the world. Whether you go for a bite to eat at Albert Adrià's Enigma restaurant, at Jean George in New York City or at Nobu in Milan, Serax's carefully designed dinnerware and cutlery will give your culinary experience that little bit more. Over the years, Serax has grown into a versatile lifestyle brand. The products range from tableware and pottery to unique design furniture, lighting and accessories. In 2014 Serax received the Henry van de Velde Award, the most prestigious design prize in Belgium.