The frame of the Branch table is made of identical aluminum elements that come together to form a unified whole.

Base Finish
Op 1001
Base Material
Base made of intertwined modules in die-cast aluminium
Depth
120cm
Height
73cm
Top Finish
Op 1001
Top Material
Medium-density wooden fibre conglomerate panels glass
Width
170cm
Year
2013

The elements connect seamlessly in a continuous movement, creating a complex yet logic base that makes a very stable and light table. One single component is repeated 3, 4 or 5 times to create a family of tables. Easy to assemble and takes little space to transport. The top is available in glass or medium-density fiberboard, lacquered white, anthracite or mud, and in natural oak or wenge-stained oak; the frame can be chrome or lacquered in the same color as the top.

Note 1
Matt lacquered tops have always a chrome base or in the same
lacquered colour
Note 2
Undertop of tops in natural oak have a white lacquered edge
Note 3
Undertop of tops in wenge-stained oak have a brown lacquered edge


Jakob Wagner

Born in Copenhagen in 1963, Jakob earned his first degree in Design Engineering. After studies and internships in Colorado, Milan and Paris he completed his second degree in Product Design at the Art Center Europe, Switzerland in 1992. Established in 1993 in Copenhagen, the jakobwagner studio predominantly worked with high tech products for sport, professional and medical applications during the first 10 years. Jakob’s work has been exhibited internationally and has received numerous awards. It can be seen at the permanent exhibition at MoMA in New York.


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