Side Table Modular Frame
Article Number 22109
Height 31 cm, width 58 cm, depth 35 cm. Weight 1,000 g. Can be combined with a large rectangular tray (article numbers 22114, 22187, 22190 and 22193).
Height 35 cm, width 73 cm, depth 58 cm. Weight 1,800 g. Can be combined with two large rectangular trays (article numbers 22114, 22187, 22190 and 22193).
Height 45 cm, width 35 cm, depth 35 cm. Weight 1,000 g. Can be combined with a square tray (article numbers 22112, 22185, 22188 and 22191).
Height 53 cm, width 20 cm, depth 35 cm. Weight 950 g. Can be combined with a small rectangular tray (article numbers 22113, 22186, 22189 and 22192).
Height 57 cm, width 35 cm, depth 35 cm. Weight 1,100 g. Can be combined with a square tray (article numbers 2212, 22185, 22188 and 22191).
Mathematically Calculated: Combinatorics Plus Geometry.
The different sized trays, which are ordered separately, fit the frames in different ways: the side of the square corresponds to the short side of the large and long side of the small rectangle, the short side of the small rectangle and the side of the square correspond to the long side of the large rectangle. This means that several tables can be variously combined.
The design of the table frame also reflects the designer's affinity with pure geometric forms. For four of the five models, the trained carpenter and industrial designer Tina Glage draws cuboids with the fine oak wood frames (2 cm thick). The tallest of the table frames is the exception. In this case, two of the long legs are set back so that the table can be positioned in front of a low sofa with the table top protruding over the seating area.
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