The Tablo Table by Normann Copenhagen finds its allure in the straight-lined design, where two materials with different expressions are combined.
It was a central aim of designer Nicolai Wiig Hansen to unify function and aesthetics in his Tablo Table. After the successful round edition, Normann Copenhagen now presents a rectangular edition that is more spacious. The Tablo Tables renounce unnecessary details and they are moreover wonderfully combinable.
The name Tablo on the one hand refers to “table”, but it also refers to the French “tableau”, which is a scenic stage arrangement. Tablo harmonically fits into most interiors with its straight-lined shape. Tablo is available in different sizes and shapes and fast and is easy to mount without any screws.
Nicholai Wiig Hansen explains: “I focus on merging function, material and aesthetics into a higher unity. A design must be functional and fulfil basic demands without compromising the visual effect. Accordingly, simple assembly is part of the functionality of Tablo.”