Christophe Delcourt - Teo table


Curved legs support chunky wooden tables


Two crescent-shaped legs sit perpendicular to each other beneath a solid wood table created by French designer and brand owner Christophe Delcourt.


One crescent is placed on its side making a c-shape on the ground, and the other on its edge so it arcs up into the tabletop. Each table has a flat surface but you can see from the side that the tabletop thins out towards the edges on the underside, giving it a chunky centre line.

There‚Äôs a coffee and dining table, both with rectangular surfaces, as well as a higher side table with a square top. You can choose between natural or brushed oak in different tints, or you can opt for natural or bleached grey oiled elm.

Christophe Delcourt often works with wood in his furniture and plays with the standard table leg composition to lend a light playfulness to his chunky creations.