Dining Tables

Art Wood Dining

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The base of the Art table is its most distinguishing feature: it is made up of a metal trapezium that runs diagonally under the table top, allowing minimum obstruction and optimising the space. The base can also be personalised with inserts in the same finish as the top in order to ensure further consistency. Overall, the load-bearing structure designed in this way stands out for its high level of dynamism, solidity and sculptural impact.

The top is firmly supported but the final effect is one of great lightness. The base of the Art table is in painted metal of various colours; the table top in the fixed (rectangular, round or rectangular with rounded corners) or leaf version is available in different materials: this versatility makes it equally suitable for dining room or study.

Art table takes on new life in its version with wooden base (“Art wood”). The final effect is of great lightness, thanks to the top proposed in glass or ceramic. The result is an extremely elegant and versatile table, suitable for both the dining room and the study. Art wood is a fixed table available with top in different sizes and two shapes: round or rectangular with rounded corners.

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Clay Dining

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Clay is a table-sculpture born from the meeting of two volumes: the top and the base, balanced one on the other, experience the bold support of a section reduced to a minimum.

The Clay table, where the pleasant combination of geometric volumes creates an essential yet special product. Here it is in oval version, with elliptical base and top.

Two cones of different shapes meet at their opposite vertices: defying gravity in an apparently unstable equilibrium but giving shape to the most classic of round tables. Clay is the exception that becomes a rule, like design.

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Delta Dining

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The rectangular top, in ceramic or solid wood, emphasises the sculptural importance of the Delta table from Bonaldo. In designing it, Fabrice Berrux was inspired by the abstract, informal art of the Spanish painter and sculptor Antoni Tàpies: it was in his studio that the French designer saw a statuette made up of a hollow bronze structure.

This gave rise to a table characterised by an apparently simple form, which actually conceals painstaking design research. This is shown by the legs, which divide the height of the top, creating empty spaces that help lighten the structure and draw an outline of elegant linearity. A fixed table, it is available in three different sizes.

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Holo Table

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Oku Table

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Sleek and unusual, Oku from Norr 11  is an interpretation of the Japanese word for oak ‘Ōku’. Oku refers to the essence of the design – oak. Through experiments with the balance between lightness and heaviness, making it paper thin when seen from one angle and solid from others, the design emphasizes the natural material.

The Oku table top is produced in oak veneer with round edges, adding a refined detail to the large surface. The legs of turned oak timber sections are positioned sporadically to create the illusion of a floating table top, while also adding a sculptural detail to the table. Oku comes in both rectangular and circular shapes, with several size options making it suitable for private homes as well as office settings.

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Piana Collection

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Piana is a collection of tables from Arrmet in which the material plays a predominant role, with colours and finishes extending from the top over the entire frame.

Available in various sizes, Piana tables are composed of a steel frame in a variety of shapes: round top with central pedestal or rectangular or oval top supported by trestles. An integral, solid table constructed of a single material that architects and interior designers can complete as they wish and integrate into their projects, and which changes according to the shape and finishes chosen.

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Serenissimo Dining

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Serenissimo from Acerbis, is a table with a unique and timeless design in which the apparent thinness and lightness of the glass top contrasts with the considerable diameter of the columns.

These columns acquire greater expressive force from the different colours and textures of the cladding materials: the shine of the stainless steel and the concrete craftsmanship of the Fresco finish, made manually by mixing cement paste, inert materials such as sand, marble dust, earths and special resins that allow processing “fresco on fresco” same as frescos and able to show stripes, spots, variegation, slight holes: all these are marks of the artist’s hand and exalt the beauty of always different finishes, never repetitive.

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Ten Dining Table

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Designed by Christian Troels & Jacob Plejdrup, 2019 for dk3. The brand was among the first brands to introduce the plank table to the Scandinavian market back in 2009, and with the aim to take this design heritage to the next level, dk3 founder Jacob Plejdrup has developed the anniversary table TEN TABLE in cooperation with Danish designer Christian Troels.

The designs of Christian Troels are characterized by a great level of details and craftsmanship accuracy, which, in the TEN TABLE, is perfectly merged with Jacob Plejdrup’s basic ideas on large dining tables, such as highlighting the natural beauty of wood in a minimalistic way.

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Tree Table

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Designed by Jacob Plejdrup in 2011 for dk3, the TREE TABLE as a natural continuance of the plank table design heritage of the dk3_3 table from 2009.

To emphasize the concept of combining wild wood and minimalistic design, dk3 founder and designer Jacob Plejdrup chose to use whole solid wood planks with hand-sanded natural edges, and so a new classic plank table was born. In 2012, the TREE TABLE was further introduced in a coffee table version based on the same design and wood types as the dining table.

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Vestige Dining

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The passage of time is an element that leaves a trace of the past as it sculpts matter. In the context of Void Matters concept, Note Studio for Sancal have created a family of tables whose bases remind us of architectural figures of ancient civilizations, eroded over time.

The sculptural base is formed by a rectangular block from which a cylindrical section has been subtracted from upper part. A tempered glass top rests delicately on the fine lines that have been exposed by the intersection of both geometric figures. An honest aesthetic that exhibits strength and beauty in simple ways.

The base is both structural and aesthetic. To combine with the champagne hues of the glass top, Note have curated the brand new Menta, Lavanda and Calabaza stains for the ash wood version of the base, and also recommend our classic Nogal and Cerezo colours.

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Art Wood Dining

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The base of the Art table is its most distinguishing feature: it is made up of a metal trapezium that runs diagonally under the table top, allowing minimum obstruction and optimising the space. The base can also be personalised with inserts in the same finish as the top in order to ensure further consistency. Overall, the load-bearing structure designed in this way stands out for its high level of dynamism, solidity and sculptural impact.

The top is firmly supported but the final effect is one of great lightness. The base of the Art table is in painted metal of various colours; the table top in the fixed (rectangular, round or rectangular with rounded corners) or leaf version is available in different materials: this versatility makes it equally suitable for dining room or study.

Art table takes on new life in its version with wooden base (“Art wood”). The final effect is of great lightness, thanks to the top proposed in glass or ceramic. The result is an extremely elegant and versatile table, suitable for both the dining room and the study. Art wood is a fixed table available with top in different sizes and two shapes: round or rectangular with rounded corners.

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Clay Dining

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Clay is a table-sculpture born from the meeting of two volumes: the top and the base, balanced one on the other, experience the bold support of a section reduced to a minimum.

The Clay table, where the pleasant combination of geometric volumes creates an essential yet special product. Here it is in oval version, with elliptical base and top.

Two cones of different shapes meet at their opposite vertices: defying gravity in an apparently unstable equilibrium but giving shape to the most classic of round tables. Clay is the exception that becomes a rule, like design.

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Delta Dining

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The rectangular top, in ceramic or solid wood, emphasises the sculptural importance of the Delta table from Bonaldo. In designing it, Fabrice Berrux was inspired by the abstract, informal art of the Spanish painter and sculptor Antoni Tàpies: it was in his studio that the French designer saw a statuette made up of a hollow bronze structure.

This gave rise to a table characterised by an apparently simple form, which actually conceals painstaking design research. This is shown by the legs, which divide the height of the top, creating empty spaces that help lighten the structure and draw an outline of elegant linearity. A fixed table, it is available in three different sizes.

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Oku Table

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Sleek and unusual, Oku from Norr 11  is an interpretation of the Japanese word for oak ‘Ōku’. Oku refers to the essence of the design – oak. Through experiments with the balance between lightness and heaviness, making it paper thin when seen from one angle and solid from others, the design emphasizes the natural material.

The Oku table top is produced in oak veneer with round edges, adding a refined detail to the large surface. The legs of turned oak timber sections are positioned sporadically to create the illusion of a floating table top, while also adding a sculptural detail to the table. Oku comes in both rectangular and circular shapes, with several size options making it suitable for private homes as well as office settings.

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Piana Collection

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Piana is a collection of tables from Arrmet in which the material plays a predominant role, with colours and finishes extending from the top over the entire frame.

Available in various sizes, Piana tables are composed of a steel frame in a variety of shapes: round top with central pedestal or rectangular or oval top supported by trestles. An integral, solid table constructed of a single material that architects and interior designers can complete as they wish and integrate into their projects, and which changes according to the shape and finishes chosen.

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Serenissimo Dining

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Serenissimo from Acerbis, is a table with a unique and timeless design in which the apparent thinness and lightness of the glass top contrasts with the considerable diameter of the columns.

These columns acquire greater expressive force from the different colours and textures of the cladding materials: the shine of the stainless steel and the concrete craftsmanship of the Fresco finish, made manually by mixing cement paste, inert materials such as sand, marble dust, earths and special resins that allow processing “fresco on fresco” same as frescos and able to show stripes, spots, variegation, slight holes: all these are marks of the artist’s hand and exalt the beauty of always different finishes, never repetitive.

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Ten Dining Table

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Designed by Christian Troels & Jacob Plejdrup, 2019 for dk3. The brand was among the first brands to introduce the plank table to the Scandinavian market back in 2009, and with the aim to take this design heritage to the next level, dk3 founder Jacob Plejdrup has developed the anniversary table TEN TABLE in cooperation with Danish designer Christian Troels.

The designs of Christian Troels are characterized by a great level of details and craftsmanship accuracy, which, in the TEN TABLE, is perfectly merged with Jacob Plejdrup’s basic ideas on large dining tables, such as highlighting the natural beauty of wood in a minimalistic way.

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Tree Table

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Designed by Jacob Plejdrup in 2011 for dk3, the TREE TABLE as a natural continuance of the plank table design heritage of the dk3_3 table from 2009.

To emphasize the concept of combining wild wood and minimalistic design, dk3 founder and designer Jacob Plejdrup chose to use whole solid wood planks with hand-sanded natural edges, and so a new classic plank table was born. In 2012, the TREE TABLE was further introduced in a coffee table version based on the same design and wood types as the dining table.

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Vestige Dining

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The passage of time is an element that leaves a trace of the past as it sculpts matter. In the context of Void Matters concept, Note Studio for Sancal have created a family of tables whose bases remind us of architectural figures of ancient civilizations, eroded over time.

The sculptural base is formed by a rectangular block from which a cylindrical section has been subtracted from upper part. A tempered glass top rests delicately on the fine lines that have been exposed by the intersection of both geometric figures. An honest aesthetic that exhibits strength and beauty in simple ways.

The base is both structural and aesthetic. To combine with the champagne hues of the glass top, Note have curated the brand new Menta, Lavanda and Calabaza stains for the ash wood version of the base, and also recommend our classic Nogal and Cerezo colours.

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Art Wood Dining

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The base of the Art table is its most distinguishing feature: it is made up of a metal trapezium that runs diagonally under the table top, allowing minimum obstruction and optimising the space. The base can also be personalised with inserts in the same finish as the top in order to ensure further consistency. Overall, the load-bearing structure designed in this way stands out for its high level of dynamism, solidity and sculptural impact.

The top is firmly supported but the final effect is one of great lightness. The base of the Art table is in painted metal of various colours; the table top in the fixed (rectangular, round or rectangular with rounded corners) or leaf version is available in different materials: this versatility makes it equally suitable for dining room or study.

Art table takes on new life in its version with wooden base (“Art wood”). The final effect is of great lightness, thanks to the top proposed in glass or ceramic. The result is an extremely elegant and versatile table, suitable for both the dining room and the study. Art wood is a fixed table available with top in different sizes and two shapes: round or rectangular with rounded corners.

Clay Dining

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Clay is a table-sculpture born from the meeting of two volumes: the top and the base, balanced one on the other, experience the bold support of a section reduced to a minimum.

The Clay table, where the pleasant combination of geometric volumes creates an essential yet special product. Here it is in oval version, with elliptical base and top.

Two cones of different shapes meet at their opposite vertices: defying gravity in an apparently unstable equilibrium but giving shape to the most classic of round tables. Clay is the exception that becomes a rule, like design.

Delta Dining

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The rectangular top, in ceramic or solid wood, emphasises the sculptural importance of the Delta table from Bonaldo. In designing it, Fabrice Berrux was inspired by the abstract, informal art of the Spanish painter and sculptor Antoni Tàpies: it was in his studio that the French designer saw a statuette made up of a hollow bronze structure.

This gave rise to a table characterised by an apparently simple form, which actually conceals painstaking design research. This is shown by the legs, which divide the height of the top, creating empty spaces that help lighten the structure and draw an outline of elegant linearity. A fixed table, it is available in three different sizes.

Oku Table

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Sleek and unusual, Oku from Norr 11  is an interpretation of the Japanese word for oak ‘Ōku’. Oku refers to the essence of the design – oak. Through experiments with the balance between lightness and heaviness, making it paper thin when seen from one angle and solid from others, the design emphasizes the natural material.

The Oku table top is produced in oak veneer with round edges, adding a refined detail to the large surface. The legs of turned oak timber sections are positioned sporadically to create the illusion of a floating table top, while also adding a sculptural detail to the table. Oku comes in both rectangular and circular shapes, with several size options making it suitable for private homes as well as office settings.

Piana Collection

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Piana is a collection of tables from Arrmet in which the material plays a predominant role, with colours and finishes extending from the top over the entire frame.

Available in various sizes, Piana tables are composed of a steel frame in a variety of shapes: round top with central pedestal or rectangular or oval top supported by trestles. An integral, solid table constructed of a single material that architects and interior designers can complete as they wish and integrate into their projects, and which changes according to the shape and finishes chosen.

Serenissimo Dining

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Serenissimo from Acerbis, is a table with a unique and timeless design in which the apparent thinness and lightness of the glass top contrasts with the considerable diameter of the columns.

These columns acquire greater expressive force from the different colours and textures of the cladding materials: the shine of the stainless steel and the concrete craftsmanship of the Fresco finish, made manually by mixing cement paste, inert materials such as sand, marble dust, earths and special resins that allow processing “fresco on fresco” same as frescos and able to show stripes, spots, variegation, slight holes: all these are marks of the artist’s hand and exalt the beauty of always different finishes, never repetitive.

Ten Dining Table

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Designed by Christian Troels & Jacob Plejdrup, 2019 for dk3. The brand was among the first brands to introduce the plank table to the Scandinavian market back in 2009, and with the aim to take this design heritage to the next level, dk3 founder Jacob Plejdrup has developed the anniversary table TEN TABLE in cooperation with Danish designer Christian Troels.

The designs of Christian Troels are characterized by a great level of details and craftsmanship accuracy, which, in the TEN TABLE, is perfectly merged with Jacob Plejdrup’s basic ideas on large dining tables, such as highlighting the natural beauty of wood in a minimalistic way.

Tree Table

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Designed by Jacob Plejdrup in 2011 for dk3, the TREE TABLE as a natural continuance of the plank table design heritage of the dk3_3 table from 2009.

To emphasize the concept of combining wild wood and minimalistic design, dk3 founder and designer Jacob Plejdrup chose to use whole solid wood planks with hand-sanded natural edges, and so a new classic plank table was born. In 2012, the TREE TABLE was further introduced in a coffee table version based on the same design and wood types as the dining table.

Vestige Dining

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The passage of time is an element that leaves a trace of the past as it sculpts matter. In the context of Void Matters concept, Note Studio for Sancal have created a family of tables whose bases remind us of architectural figures of ancient civilizations, eroded over time.

The sculptural base is formed by a rectangular block from which a cylindrical section has been subtracted from upper part. A tempered glass top rests delicately on the fine lines that have been exposed by the intersection of both geometric figures. An honest aesthetic that exhibits strength and beauty in simple ways.

The base is both structural and aesthetic. To combine with the champagne hues of the glass top, Note have curated the brand new Menta, Lavanda and Calabaza stains for the ash wood version of the base, and also recommend our classic Nogal and Cerezo colours.

Art Wood Dining

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The base of the Art table is its most distinguishing feature: it is made up of a metal trapezium that runs diagonally under the table top, allowing minimum obstruction and optimising the space. The base can also be personalised with inserts in the same finish as the top in order to ensure further consistency. Overall, the load-bearing structure designed in this way stands out for its high level of dynamism, solidity and sculptural impact.

The top is firmly supported but the final effect is one of great lightness. The base of the Art table is in painted metal of various colours; the table top in the fixed (rectangular, round or rectangular with rounded corners) or leaf version is available in different materials: this versatility makes it equally suitable for dining room or study.

Art table takes on new life in its version with wooden base (“Art wood”). The final effect is of great lightness, thanks to the top proposed in glass or ceramic. The result is an extremely elegant and versatile table, suitable for both the dining room and the study. Art wood is a fixed table available with top in different sizes and two shapes: round or rectangular with rounded corners.

Clay Dining

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Clay is a table-sculpture born from the meeting of two volumes: the top and the base, balanced one on the other, experience the bold support of a section reduced to a minimum.

The Clay table, where the pleasant combination of geometric volumes creates an essential yet special product. Here it is in oval version, with elliptical base and top.

Two cones of different shapes meet at their opposite vertices: defying gravity in an apparently unstable equilibrium but giving shape to the most classic of round tables. Clay is the exception that becomes a rule, like design.

Delta Dining

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The rectangular top, in ceramic or solid wood, emphasises the sculptural importance of the Delta table from Bonaldo. In designing it, Fabrice Berrux was inspired by the abstract, informal art of the Spanish painter and sculptor Antoni Tàpies: it was in his studio that the French designer saw a statuette made up of a hollow bronze structure.

This gave rise to a table characterised by an apparently simple form, which actually conceals painstaking design research. This is shown by the legs, which divide the height of the top, creating empty spaces that help lighten the structure and draw an outline of elegant linearity. A fixed table, it is available in three different sizes.

Oku Table

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Sleek and unusual, Oku from Norr 11  is an interpretation of the Japanese word for oak ‘Ōku’. Oku refers to the essence of the design – oak. Through experiments with the balance between lightness and heaviness, making it paper thin when seen from one angle and solid from others, the design emphasizes the natural material.

The Oku table top is produced in oak veneer with round edges, adding a refined detail to the large surface. The legs of turned oak timber sections are positioned sporadically to create the illusion of a floating table top, while also adding a sculptural detail to the table. Oku comes in both rectangular and circular shapes, with several size options making it suitable for private homes as well as office settings.

Piana Collection

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Piana is a collection of tables from Arrmet in which the material plays a predominant role, with colours and finishes extending from the top over the entire frame.

Available in various sizes, Piana tables are composed of a steel frame in a variety of shapes: round top with central pedestal or rectangular or oval top supported by trestles. An integral, solid table constructed of a single material that architects and interior designers can complete as they wish and integrate into their projects, and which changes according to the shape and finishes chosen.

Serenissimo Dining

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Serenissimo from Acerbis, is a table with a unique and timeless design in which the apparent thinness and lightness of the glass top contrasts with the considerable diameter of the columns.

These columns acquire greater expressive force from the different colours and textures of the cladding materials: the shine of the stainless steel and the concrete craftsmanship of the Fresco finish, made manually by mixing cement paste, inert materials such as sand, marble dust, earths and special resins that allow processing “fresco on fresco” same as frescos and able to show stripes, spots, variegation, slight holes: all these are marks of the artist’s hand and exalt the beauty of always different finishes, never repetitive.

Ten Dining Table

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Designed by Christian Troels & Jacob Plejdrup, 2019 for dk3. The brand was among the first brands to introduce the plank table to the Scandinavian market back in 2009, and with the aim to take this design heritage to the next level, dk3 founder Jacob Plejdrup has developed the anniversary table TEN TABLE in cooperation with Danish designer Christian Troels.

The designs of Christian Troels are characterized by a great level of details and craftsmanship accuracy, which, in the TEN TABLE, is perfectly merged with Jacob Plejdrup’s basic ideas on large dining tables, such as highlighting the natural beauty of wood in a minimalistic way.

Tree Table

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Designed by Jacob Plejdrup in 2011 for dk3, the TREE TABLE as a natural continuance of the plank table design heritage of the dk3_3 table from 2009.

To emphasize the concept of combining wild wood and minimalistic design, dk3 founder and designer Jacob Plejdrup chose to use whole solid wood planks with hand-sanded natural edges, and so a new classic plank table was born. In 2012, the TREE TABLE was further introduced in a coffee table version based on the same design and wood types as the dining table.

Vestige Dining

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The passage of time is an element that leaves a trace of the past as it sculpts matter. In the context of Void Matters concept, Note Studio for Sancal have created a family of tables whose bases remind us of architectural figures of ancient civilizations, eroded over time.

The sculptural base is formed by a rectangular block from which a cylindrical section has been subtracted from upper part. A tempered glass top rests delicately on the fine lines that have been exposed by the intersection of both geometric figures. An honest aesthetic that exhibits strength and beauty in simple ways.

The base is both structural and aesthetic. To combine with the champagne hues of the glass top, Note have curated the brand new Menta, Lavanda and Calabaza stains for the ash wood version of the base, and also recommend our classic Nogal and Cerezo colours.

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