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The Drip Table is a very versatile table made from 80% recycled aluminum. Specially designed for professional use, but also suitable for private spaces, it is available in several versions to adapt to a wide range of uses and work environments. Delivered in compact disassembled form, it is easily assembled in a few minutes.


The aluminum base of the Drip table is available in black and bronze. The top is available in Fenix laminate, linoleum and oak or walnut veneer.


The Drip table is available in many top sizes and can be custom made, with a tabletop length between 140 and 600cm. Proposed by default with a height of 74 cm, it is also available on request with heights of 95cm and 105cm. 

predefined sizes 

Drip Table HW58
140 x 80 x H74 cm

à partir de 999 €

Drip Table HW59
190 x 80 x H74 cm

1110 €

Drip Table HW60
250 x 100 x H74 cm

1110 €

custom made

custom made Drip
w/o central leg
Linoleum tabletop

Length 141 à 300 cm
Width 80 à 120 cm
Height 74 cm

from 1359 €

custom made Drip
w/o central leg
Fenix tabletop

Length 141 à 300 cm
Width 80 à 120 cm
Height 74 cm

from 1495 €

custom made Drip
w/o central leg
Oak or Walnut tabletop

Length 141 à 300 cm
Width 80 à 120 cm
Height 74 cm

from 1430 €

custom made Drip
with central legs
Linoleum tabletop

Length 301 à 600 cm
Width 110 à 120 cm
Height 74 cm

from 2997 €

custom made Drip
with central legs
Fenix tabletop

Length 301 à 600 cm
Width 110 à 120 cm
Height 74 cm

from 3133 €

custom made Drip
with central legs
Oak or Walnut tabletop

Length 301 à 600 cm
Width 110 à 120 cm
Height 74 cm

from 3066 €

options

Black cable access set + tabletop cut out

420 €

Silver cable access set + tabletop cut out

420 €

materials

Fenix NTM Nano laminate is a soft touch laminate based on nano technology and

is used for table tops as an alternative to linoleum and standard laminate. The nano laminate offers unique features such as scratch resistance, soft touch, low light reflec- tivity, anti-fingerprint and much more.

For more details about the unique properties of nano laminate, as well as cleaning and maintenance refer to: www.fenixntm.com/en

Table tops with linoleum offers a soft touch surface that does not feel as cold and hard as laminate. Regular cleaning is done with a soft cloth wrung in a mild solution of lukewarm water and a universal cleaning detergent.

Avoid placing sharp objects on the surface as this may scratch the surface. It is recommended to use trivets or coasters under flowerpots, vases, cups etc. Available linoleum colors here 

Clear lacquered wood veneer is very easy to clean and requires no special maintenance. On a daily basis, it is recommended to dust the furniture with a soft cloth. The wood can be cleaned with a soft cloth wrung out in a mild solution of warm water and an all-purpose cleaning detergent. Always follow the grain of the wood and always dry with a soft, dry cloth immediately after cleaning. Avoid using abrasive cleaning products and harsh detergents. Avoid placing wooden furniture in direct sunlight, excessive heat or humidity. 

black frame

black Fenix tabletop

bronze frame

black Fenix tabletop

black frame

off-white Fenix tabletop

bronze frame
off-white Fenix tabletop

black frame

oak veneer tabletop

bronze frame

oak veneer tabletop

below: walnut veneer

Hee Welling

Hee Welling (born 1974) is an award-winning furniture designer. In addition to being exhibited at fairs and museums worldwide, his products can be found in a diverse array of interiors, from The Oslo Opera House to Australia’s parliament.

Raised in the Danish countryside, Welling’s lifelong appreciation for the outdoors can be seen in the honest minimalism of his pieces. Each of his creations is united by a distinctive visual identity as he focuses on clean lines and simple silhouettes. Welling works with a wide array of materials, with wood and metals used alongside non-natural elements like plastic.

While decidedly modern, Welling’s work sits within the broader context of the Scandinavian design tradition. As such, his pieces are underpinned by a belief in function as the cornerstone of furniture design. Looking to Old Masters like Arne Jacobsen and Hans J. Wegner, he seeks to continue their legacy with carefully crafted pieces that prioritize logic. No detail, Welling believes, should be superfluous. Instead, he works through an intuitive design process to ensure that each of his pieces is optimized to its highest purpose.

Welling attended The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts for his bachelor’s degree, with one semester studying at The University of Art and Design in Helsinki. He went on to gain a master’s in furniture design from the Academy. In 2003, he established his eponymous studio in Copenhagen.