Appears to be weightless, but it isn’t. Just like a Seiltänzer which translated means tightrope walker. Four slender steel legs ensure that the table is stably balanced. Which is, of course, not the real work of art. In fact it is the tense rope that makes the Seiltänzer march to a different drum by connecting the legs securely to the table top. Speaking of a series. The Seiltänzer is not only available in square and rectangular format, it can also be linked in all directions with other tables.
|Design||Nils Holger Moormann | 2017|
|table top core||FU (birch plywood)|
|Material legs||Steel nitrided|
|Material narrow crossbar||Ash-tree|
|Width||90.0 | 120.0 | 160.0 | 190.0 | 220.0 cm|
|Depth||90.0 | 120.0 cm|
|Important device||The assembly tool is included and magnetically attached to the underside of the table. The velvety look of the steel feet is caused by surface treatment and protects the steel from rust. Light production marks due to the bending procedure are intentional.|
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