drage tables

Incredibly versatile, crafted from solid steel sheets, thoughtfully proportioned coffee, and side table set.


Drage Coffee / Occasional Tables
By Alp Nuhoglu


Meet the Drage family, bringing energy and dynamism to waiting areas, with their organic forms which render their modest and refined design timeless.

Distinguished by their modest design, the Drage family supports the creation of a holistic and balanced perception of space, while its coffee tables stand out with their circular forms, enabling possible matches specific to the language of aesthetics and the needs of users of wherever they are, thanks to their three different heights and widths, their options of marble or sheet metal surface, and color alternatives. Easily capable to harmonize with the poufs that are other members of the Drage Family or with different modern designs, the coffee tables create dynamic areas of experience while their ways of installation can be constantly updated thanks to their flexibility of single or multiple uses. Turning in every space into an element of balance with their circular form, the Drage poufs with their modest style exercise an effect on the waiting rooms of hotels, offices, schools, and hospitals, while they make the space less ordinary by allowing the creation of numerous combinations with their color and material alternatives in the chart.


Powder-coated steel base and tabletop.

  • High 18.9″ DIA | 20.5″ H – 18 lbs.
  • Medium 26.8″ DIA | 16.5″ H – 22 lbs.
  • Low 34.6″ DIA | 12.6″ H – 31 lbs.

Drage Tables are currently made to order with a lead time of 10-12 weeks.

Alp Nuhoglu

Born in Trabzon Turkey in 1965, Alp Nuhoglu completed his academic education at Mimar Sinan University within the Industrial Products Design department. At the age of 23, he founded the furniture design company, DOR. Currently, Alp works as a designer and the design director with B & T Design. He is a prolific designer having created many of the B&T products we offer. It is his work with B&T that we feature here on Nuans such as the Alek Chair, Round Chair Collection, Loom Tables, Pi Stools, and many more.

Since 1995

B&T Design is one of the leading furniture manufacturers in Turkey.

With its masterful tailoring skills in upholstered products and precise attention to detail in wood and metal manufacturing B&T Design provides world-class products and services. When designing and manufacturing; B&T Design keeps users in mind to be as functional and useful as possible.

B&T Design was founded in 1985 by the entrepreneur Talip Aysan, combining his expertise in metalwork with designers who offer fresh design ideas.

Started manufacturing design-oriented collections as per European quality standards. Today, B&T Design exports its products and services to more than 65 countries from Australia to Belgium and the United Arab Emirates to the United States.

B&T Design, which continues to exhibit its new approaches in sector fairs in Germany, and Italy, regularly meets with users at Salone Del Mobile in Milan and Orgatec fairs in Cologne. The collections, which are always designed by successful designers for more than 20 years, become a common point of different cultures all over the world. B&T Design products are found in hospitals, offices, hotels, educational buildings, banks, airports, etc. around the world. B&T Design collections are preferred by developers and designers because of their unique solutions and modification options according to the space where products will be installed.


Today, B&T Design continues to develop product solutions for leading international brands such as Microsoft, Mercedes-Benz, Google, and BMW, as well as major domestic institutions such as Acıbadem, Memorial, and Medical Park Hospitals.

B&T Design, simplify interior designers, architects, and dealers’ work with the quality product and services it offers. After Istanbul and the USA, the last showroom opened to trade in Ankara in 2015. B&T Design, which has achieved significant success both at home and abroad, continued to increase its production capacity by moving to its new factory in 2016.