Lean Tables by Flip Sellin & Markus Dilger
by Harry / January 24, 2012


Flip Sellin and Markus Dilger have created a modular table system that requires at least three units to become a table.



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By using a wedge, legs and hexagonal boards from local oak the modular units can form "structural entities".


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A minimum of three units are needed to be joined to become a table.


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For structural reasons the legs are slanted and as a result single pieces appear to lean against each other.


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Says Sellin and Dilger, "The shape is contemporary yet individual. The natural material complements many interior styles."


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Photos: Coordination Berlin & diephotodesigner.de

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