Table with tops in white laminate F2255 and frame in white lacquered metal RAL 9003, or tops in graphite-coloured laminate F7837 and graphite-coloured lacquered metal RAL 8019.
"The architect Le Corbusier developed his own scale of proportions that he called the Modulor system. This was based on the dimensions and proportions of the human body and the aim was to create a tool for good design and architecture. Our Modulor table is likewise based on a few simple key components – a leg, a joint and a rail. Plus a tabletop, of course. The dimensions of the profiles and tabletops can be simply adapted to virtually any desired format or proportion. Like a tool for good design and architecture.
The strength of the table – literally and metaphorically – is in the details. The extruded leg that meets the moulded joint that meets the extruded rail that meets the figure-milled edge of the tabletop... Behind the precision of these details and the harmonious relationship between their individual forms are more than 1,000 hours of dedicated work from designers and product developers."