Manufacturers and designers got as close as weft and warp for the “Featured Editions” at the imm cologne – with gleaming yarns, seemingly endless sofas, and a stunning demonstration.
Thonet sets the table
Conviviality and functionality – the dining table S 1091 and model S 1092 with an additional leg traverse are a real statement: robust and yet dynamic and open, the long table is an invitation for eating, playing, working or just comfortably spending time together. In combination with the matching benches, the generous seat group functions as a versatile communication platform. The wood of the tabletop, seat and backrest, the frames made of bent flat steel and the bentwood elements of the table’s optional leg traverse form a suspenseful and diversified mix of materials.
The long tabletop is characterised by tapering edges towards its ends and rounded corners. The veneered version has a straight edge. The frame made of thin bent flat steel in a black cast iron look has an especially lightweight appearance thanks to generous legroom and, at the same time, provides stability. Designer Randolf Schott was inspired by classic refectory tables that have their origin in the dining halls of monasteries. The two bench models speak the same formal language as the table. The angled back of the bench S 1094 without backrest provides a secure hold.
Table frame bent flat steel in black cast iron look. Leg traverse solid
wood with bentwood elements. Tabletop available with veneered wooden
panel or in lacquered or oiled solid ash or oak wood. Bench S 1094 and S
1095 (without and with backrest), seat and backrest panel made of solid
ash or oak wood, or fully upholstered with leather or fabric cover.
|Seat finish||without upholstery|
|Base finish||with rockers|
|Backrest finish||without backrest|
|Armrest finish||without armrests|
|Colors||shades of brown|
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