Tablo from Normann Copenhagen

, , , , , By Catherine Lazure | Nordic Design

Nicholai Wiig Hansen has created a design for Norman Copenhagen which unites function and aesthetics in a simple design.

The name, Tablo, refers to the English ‘table’ and the French ‘tableau’, the latter meaning a scenic, organised arrangement. The table top has a refined, sharp edge which contrasts with the round shapes. The result is a minimalistic table without redundant details. Tablo is quick and easy to assemble without the use of screws.

“For me, it is paramount that function, materials and aesthetics all come together. The design needs to both be useful and solve a basic need – without compromising the visual expression. Being easy to assemble is therefore part of Tablo’s function.” – Nicholai Wiig Hansen

 Tablo comes in two sizes and in two finishes (glossy white and matt black). 

Small: 42 cm (H) x 50 cm (D)
Large: 42 cm (H) x 78 cm (D)

Photos: Normann Copenhagen

1 Comment

  1. Maria
    9 Nov 2011 / 6:50 pm

    me gusta y estoy interesada en vuestro trabajo

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