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The side view of CHANGE’S T-foot model gives no indication that its height is adjustable

The side view of CHANGE’S T-foot model gives no indication that its height is adjustable

CHANGE represents a new generation of adjustable-height office desks and conference tables whose development has emphasized exemplary functionality, versatility and, most notably, a focus on design. (by Ulrich Büttner)


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‘Tick’ by Jakob Schenk for Linie 58 (DE)

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‘Tick’ by Jakob Schenk for Linie 58

Young German designer Jakob Schenk has realised this universal table leg system for his own, 2011-launched company Linie 58. Named ‘Tick’, the legs can be applied to virtually any board which in few easy steps can be converted into a one-of-a-kind table. Made of bent metal wire, ‘Tick’ is available in two widths and variety of finishes such as chrome coated or powder coated in semigloss black or white. (more…)

'Hangover_no.1' pendant light by stockwerk3

Swiss design studio stockwerk3 have created this customisable aluminium pendant light whose form can be easily modified by repositioning of its elements. In total, five various configurations can be achieved and the minimalist ‘Hangover_no.1’ is produced in Switzerland. (more…)

'Mensa6' table by Michael Schougaard Svane

The young Danish designer Michael Schougaard Svane has recently created this delicate but sturdy table which has won him the 2011 Red Dot Design Award in the ‘Product Design’ category. The minimalist ‘Mensa6’ is composed from only four elements: a 6mm thick compact laminate table top and stainless steel legs, and can be easily assembled by one person. (more…)

'Le Belge' by Reinhard Dienes

At this year’s Salone Satellite the young designer Reinhard Dienes will present his new series of adjustable occasional tables made from solid oak.

“The table-piece is base on a basic construction principle: The elasticity of wood. The flexibility of Oak permits a simple and astonishing way of securing the table-top and legs together by applying pressure using butterfly-screws”, the designer explains.

'Le Belge' by Reinhard Dienes

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