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Table 1140

Werner Aisslinger, 2021

At once massive and airy, sober yet assertive: the Thonet 1140 table designed by Werner Aisslinger to bring people together and facilitate exchanges captivates with its functionality, versatility and elegant simplicity. It stands out for its solid oak legs, rounded in a quarter-circle on the outside, and for the ingenious joints discreetly visible at the four corners of the tabletop, which almost give it the appearance of floating. Thanks to this ingenious construction, chairs with armrests can also slide under this ultra-sturdy and stable table.

As well as being aesthetically pleasing, externally rounded table legs have two other advantages: you can sit very close together without bumping into the edges of the table legs, and when grouping four or more tables together, a cable duct is created in the middle. By reducing the quantity of materials used and choosing certified wood, the table's manufacture respects the environment. The 1140 table is a real all-rounder and will find its place at home as a dining or work table, but also in the professional environment: in the world of New Work and coworking, libraries and seminar rooms or the restaurant and hotel industries.

Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021

Base solid wood + synthetic glides
Tabletop slatted and veneered wood top
Base / Tabletop connector polished or black grey (RAL 7021) aluminium
Height 75 cm

 100 x 100 cm

Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021

lacquered oak

Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021

white lacquered oak

  200 x 100 cm

220 x 100 cm

240 x 100 cm

Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021

lacquered oak

Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021

white lacquered oak

Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021
Table 1140 Werner Aisslinger, 2021

Werner Aisslinger

Werner Aisslinger

Designer Werner Aisslinger's work spans the spectrum of experimental and artistic approaches, including product design and architecture. He enjoys using the latest technologies and has helped introduce new materials and techniques to the world of design. His visionary products and spaces explore themes linked to civilization and futurism. Werner Aisslinger's "loftcube" project has become one of the most talked-about modular and transportable housing projects of recent years. 

His 2012 "hemp chair", developed with BASF and Moroso, was the world's first one-piece biocomposite chair. His works are part of the permanent collections of international museums such as the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Fonds national d'art contemporain in Paris, the Victora & Albert Museum in London or the Museum Neue Sammlung, the Design Museum in Munich and the Vitra Design Museum in Weil, Germany. In 2013, Werner Aisslinger inaugurated his first solo exhibition entitled "Home of the Future" at the "Haus am Waldsee" museum in Berlin. 

In 2014, he received the prestigious AW Designer of the Year award in Cologne. In 2017, he opened his "House of wonders" exhibition at Munich's Pinakothek der Moderne museum. Among aisslingers studio's interior architecture projects, his hotels for the 25hours Hotel Group and shopping malls for the Central Group in Bangkok are known for an innovative storytelling concept. He works for brands such as Vitra, Moroso, Cappellini, Dedon, Accor, Magis, Hansgrohe Axor, Kaldewei, Foscarini and Waestberg. Werner Aisslinger lives and works in Berlin and has a second studio in Singapore.