Dimensions

Height 40 cm
Weight 17 kg
Diameter 75 cm

Materials

Base finish NC Oak
Top colour Clear Glass
Top material Glass

Specification

Assembly required some
Suitable for outdoor use no
Year 2013

Resources

The Ding table is inspired by ancient three-dimensional wooden brain teaser puzzles. The table consists quite simply of three legs made from oak have that are assembled without screws and tools of any kind.

When put together they constitute a sculptural knot that works as the base for an exclusive glass tabletop. The legs are rounded off with chamfered edges, making the table stand sturdily on the floor and the round sheet of glass sit solidly on the base.
The Ding table is available with either a clear or smoked glass tabletop, and with a choice of three different types of legs, there is ample opportunity to find exactly the style that suits your furnishings and taste. For example, you can combine a clear glass tabletop with legs in natural for a clean and Nordic expression, or turn up the intensity with a smoked table top in bold coral-colored or striking black legs.
Clean with damp cloth Easy to assemble without use of any tools Delivered in a flat package.


Rudolph Schelling Webermann

Rudolph Schelling Webermann consist of Carsten Schelling, Ralf Webermann and Sven Rudolph who met during their studies at FH Hanover University of Applied Sciences and Arts. After working for different studios, the three designers decided to start their own design studio. Rudolph Schelling Webermann is specialized in consumer product design.

“We are driven by the romantic idea that a designer is an inventor of products that is able to create a better world. We love to challenge materials, products and people’s behavior. The way to our designs lies in the search for a new, better, different, unjustly forgotten or humorous idea.”


Normann Copenhagen is a Danish design company with the mission to create original and innovative products in a simple and contemporary design that withstands the test of time. Or in other words, to challenge conventional thinking and make the ordinary extraordinary through great design.