The 70/70 outdoor table is designed with a simple expression, combined with subtle, understated details that reveal themselves on closer inspection. Available in FSC™ certified sapele mahogany, a durable hardwood resistant to wear and tear caused by the outdoors. Initially, the tabletop will have a warm glow. If left as is, untreated, the wood will patina over time to a silvery grey hue. This patina will in no way affect the durability or quality of your table. Treat the wood with oil for a deeper warm sheen and a more reddish expression.
Sapelli mahogany is a natural material whose colour and grain can vary from one piece of wood to another. Over time, small cracks may appear at the tips of the wood planks due to the impact of the weather. In addition, the planks of wood may warp slightly over time, resulting in a slight difference in height between the planks. When exposed to direct sunlight, please note that objects placed on the table for a prolonged period may cause colour differences on the top, which will however fade over time if the object is removed. When properly cared for, the 70/70 outdoor table is built to last.
To protect the 70/70 outdoor table from the elements when not in use, a cover can be purchased separately.
Tabletop FSCTM-certified sapele mahogany
Base Weatherproof and UV-resistant aluminium, plastic glides for outdoor use.
Dimensions 225 x 90 x H74 cm
Sapelli Mahogany / Anthracite Black
Mahogany Sapelli / Grey
Protective cover for table 70 / 70 Outdoor
TAF Studio is an architecture and design studio founded by designers Gabriella Gustafson and Mattias Ståhlbom. Based in Stockholm, they bring refined design to everyday objects.
On their philosophy: "Our aim is to make ordinary life less ordinary, through subtle but effective changes in the way products look and function. A recurring starting point in our projects is that everyday objects, through their obviousness, can be made singular."
On the new Nordic design: "We believe that the new Nordic design will maintain its relevance and preserve the social values it is famous for. Among other things, the use of wood has always been part of our tradition, and we think it's something that should be developed."