Inspired by simple Japanese wood-joining techniques, Staffan Holm created Alle, a generously proportioned solid oak table.
Inspired by simple Japanese wood-joining techniques he saw in Zen temples, Staffan Holm created Alle, a generously proportioned solid oak table that features his trademark mix of modernity and tradition. The Alle's thin, rounded edges give an impression of lightness and elegance unusual for such a large piece, while the legs attach to the table top via a continuous beam, eliminating the need for tools. The Alle 250 cm is ideal in the workplace and comes in a pale or natural finish. The conference version features built-in compartments for media ports.
The poetry of handcraft and the wonders of modern technology are the sources of Staffan Holm’s inspiration. The Swedish designer worked as a carpenter before entering the renowned School of Design and Crafts (HDK) in Gothenburg, where he later founded his own studio. It’s here that he realises his vision: to convey human qualities and emotions through his high-quality, beautifully made pieces.