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Slice Table 90x200 cm

3,058.00 $
Material: Matt lacquered Oak
Table top: Oak veneer
Legs: Solid oak
Size & weight: Height: 74 cm
Length: 200/250/300 cm
Depth: 90 cm
Product info:

Production time: 6-8 weeks 

Daily cleaning: Wipe the table with a damp cloth and make sure to remove spills immediately so they don't leave stains.

About the product

Slice Table

The Slice Table is a classic, attractive design where the tabletop quite simply consists of three long, wide planks. The table comes in three different lengths perfect for residences where space is not an issue. The gaps between the planks create air and add character to this Scandinavian design. A simultaneously solid and contemporary expression.

Slice is great for the design lover who wants the natural, untreated look of raw wood. The hardness and durability of the oak make the material very suitable for use as a table. Slice is ideal as a dining table in the kitchen or living room, as a spacious alternative to a writing desk in the office or even for use in restaurants.

In addition to the Slice tables, Slice vol. 2 adds a bench, a bar table, a coffee table and a round table to the collection.

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Designer

Hans Hornemann

The young Danish designer Hans Hornemann graduated as a Master of Engineering in Industrial Design from the University of Aalborg 2014. Hans Hornemann emphasizes the combination of aesthetic simplicity and high functionality in expressive and light-hearted design. He is fascinated by the industrial and technical solutions in design in terms of both material and mode of expression. Natural materials often inspire him, and he endeavors to strip the design to its bone and portray the honesty found in the materials. 

“In my opinion design should be a balance between an aesthetic minimalism and functionality with a user friendly experience. As a designer I aim to be true to the material used in order to enhance and bring out its natural qualities and characteristics. I value clean and minimalistic lines that add a new spin to the classic design. In creating a design, I think it’s important to start from scratch and bring a new contribution to the products idiom, expression or functionality.”
Hans Hornemann