The contemporary take on furnishing: we form an attachment to objects not just because they simply fulfil a purpose, but because we like to see and feel them on a daily basis. When it comes to the shape of a table, there are certain immutable criteria that must be satisfied if the piece is to meet the demands placed on it. By making a small but critical design change, Sebastian Herkner has successfully added a highly attractive and independent newcomer to this exacting product group: what at first glance look like single-piece columns supporting the tabletop reveal themselves to be delicately bundled rods that form an ornamental whole. What makes the supposedly Â‘classicÂ’ bistro table a definitively contemporary representative of its genre is freedom of selection when it comes to materials Â– an endless variety of combinations and looks creating different tactile experiences. And when Wittmann turns a design into reality, there really are no limits to the creative options: the rods on the central column can be individually wrapped in leather, if desired.
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Two coffee table heights, two dining table heights, three tabletop diameters