The designer Hans Hornemann was inspired by the Romanesque architecture for the creation of the Steady Table. The table stands as a modern version of the classic pull-out tables.
The Steady Table is made of powder-coated steel and aluminum. The designer, for the creation of the tables, takes inspiration from the arches of a Romanesque portico and is interpreted in the arched legs of the tables and in the repetition of the contours as the two tables meet. The lines of the table go from sharp to soft in a formal touch that gives the minimal design a dynamic look. Tight profiles in a vigorous construction that stands out as a central part of Steady's visual expression. Oversized cylinders and a large steel frame fix the table elements, making it harmonious, robust and stable.
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