Sliding tops in different combinations of laminate and veneered wood.

Base Width
200cm
Depth
109cm
Height
75cm
Hidden Table Top Finish
Striped white
Lower Table Top Material
MDF with Alpi veneer
Overall Width
400cm
Upper Table Top Material
MDF with Abet laminate
Visible Sliding Top / Base Finish
Off White / RAL 9002
Volume
1.1m3
Weight
70kg
Year
2014

Base is square tubular steel with powder coat finish; polyethylene glides. Visible sliding tops is in Abet laminate. Hidden sliding top when closed is in veneered Alpi®. When tops are extended, both are flush with frame edges.

Art meets design in the works which Jörg Schellmann, art publisher and gallery owner, has developed since 2008 and which today Moroso has decided to produce and distribute, integrating them within its designer product range. Undecorated primary shapes, built according to transcendent mathematics which transports the idea into a 3D structure, reducing the space of the technical detail to the bare minimum. Designs influenced at the same time by industrial and commercial principles and by references to minimalist art and conceptualism.

Table with two tops which can be extended end-toend or closed by sliding one top under the other. Upper top is MDF with Abet laminate in same color as base; lower top is MDF with Alpi veneer. Base is square tubular steel with powder coat finish.

NOTES: The Double Table is delivered unassembled.


Jörg Schellmann

Since 1969, Jörg Schellmann has been producing and publishing contemporary fine art editions by international artists like Joseph Beuys, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Liam Gillick, Donald Judd, Andy Warhol and many more with Edition Schellmann in Munich and New York. Resulting from his deep interest and competence in the fields of art and design, Jörg Schellmann has also been developing his own furniture since 2006. These designs are at the same time influenced by industrial and commercial principles as well as references to Minimal Art and Conceptualism. Jörg Schellmann creates aesthetic products of radical simplicity, understanding functionality as a matter of course.


Moroso has been working in close collaboration with some of the world’s most talented designers to produce luxury sofas and seating since 1952.