All the pieces are formed from die-cast aluminium to make them lightweight, and suitable for use both indoors and outdoors.
The shapes were influenced by early twentieth-century wood furniture.
The table has a simple self-locking mechanism for when the top shifts from horizontal to vertical and is supported by a stand that branches into four legs.
Tubular chair legs have been designed to stack neatly on top of each other.
"By making the castings and connections work hard we have reduced the amount of welding to a minimum," said Wilkinson.
At the end of their life, the pieces can be disassembled and recycled.
The range will be exhibited at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile trade fair, taking place in Milan this April.
Photographs are by Sylvain Deleu.
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