DESIGN : ALFREDO HABERLI (2012)
Winner of Interior Innovation Award, German Design Council 2013.
The idea was to design a social, warm yet visually lightweight table. The smooth, oval shape invites a large number of people to take a place. Deliberately a bar was created in longitudinal direction just above the floor, which serves to place the feet on. The result is a posture that was previously seen on many restaurant tables: a relaxed, légère attitude that comes up when a certain amount of coziness is available. The type of construction (sheet metal and wood) has drawn its inspiration from the modern details of the carpentry crafts; the console and joist hangers made of plain steel have their sophisticated rebirth.
The Stammtisch is inspired by the table for the regular visitor in a café. Alfredo Häberli translated this idea for the home and project market. The edges are not simply vertical, but their angle seems to move outwards at both ends, while moving slightly inwards at the sides. The Stammtisch (= ‘regulars’ table) comes in various different models and sizes and is available with oval, rectangular and round table tops.
Recently the Stammtisch collection was extended with Stammplatz dining chairs.
The wood used for the table top, feet and cross bars is solid American ash. The steel frame is white powder painted. Table dimension is L210*W118*H75 cm.
Other variations with French oak and American walnut materials as well as other dimensions can be produced upon request. Please contact us for a quote.
|Dimensions||210 x 118 x 75 cm|