70/70 Table

 

design TAF Architects, 2013 

black linoleum tabletop + black base 

The 70/70 Table is minimalistic in design with an airy, light expression, which creates a beautiful profile. The almost reduced design is balanced with fine details in the wooden table top and form of the angular frame.

TAF Architects: “The 70/70 Table is a study in geometric forms identifying the dimensions for a well-balanced table. It has an almost anonymous expression but with careful detailing. The table is based upon two cast aluminium squared frames with the dimensions 70 x 70 centimetres. The simple Scandinavian aesthetics balanced with the warmth from the layered wood adds personality to the table.” TAF ARCHITECTS is a Stockholm-based design and architecture studio making International headlines within product and interior design.

Tabletop solid oak, oak veneer, laminate or linoleum – made in Denmark
Base aluminium formed under high pressure casting – made in China

Dimensions 170 x 85 cm – 225 x 90 cm – 255 x 108 cm – 295 x 108 cm
Height 73 cm

natural oak tabletop

smoked oak tabletop

white laminate tabletop + white base

70/70 Table - 170 x 85 cm
from 1495 €

70/70 Table - 225 x 90 cm
from 2049 €

70/70 Table - 255 x 108 cm
from 2149 €

70/70 Table - 295 x 108 cm
from 2295 €

tabletops

Clear lacquered solid oak

Clear lacquered solid smoked oak

Clear lacquered oak veneer

Black linoleum

grey linoleum

White laminate

Sand laminate

base

black

grey

sand

white

natural oak tabletop + grey base

sand laminate tabletop + sand base

grey linoleum tabletop + grey base

white laminate tabletop + white base

grey linoleum tabletop + black base

smoked oak tabletop + sand base

grey linoleum tabletop + black base

natural oak tabletop + white base

smoked oak tabletop + sand base

smoked oak tabletop

grey linoleum tabletop + white base

white laminate tabletop + white base

TAF Studio

TAF Studio is a Stockholm-based design and architecture practice, founded by Gabriella Gustafson and Mattias Ståhlbom, working to breathe new life into domestic products through refined design.

On Their Design Philosophy: “Our aim is to make ordinary life less ordinary through subtle but effective changes in how products and architecture appear and function. A recurrent departure point in our projects is that everyday objects, by their obvious commonness, can be made uncommon.”

On New Nordic Design: “We think that New Nordic design will upkeep its relevance in design and preserve the good social values that it is famous for. Amongst other things, the use of wood has always been part of our tradition and we believe it is something to develop further.”