We live in a world where the online life makes up a big part of our lives. As a consequence, we often spend a lot of time with people, without really being near them. The Frits Hansen Analog table counteracts this trend by means of putting us closer together. This intention also named the table designed by Jaime Hayon.
Analog table: multifunctional and social
The Fritz Hansen Analog table tributes the unaltered togetherness of people at one table. Analog invites you to engagements, exchanges, intimacy and presence; in fewer words it invites you to exist offline. The Analog table isn’t square, round or oval – it has a new form which unifies the best thing of these three classic types in an organic way: The functional qualities of an angular table and the social ones of a round one. There is no hierarchy, only one beautiful platform for conversations that perfectly suit the modern relation between family members, friends and colleagues.
The legs of the Fritz Hansen Analog table are slightly drawn back underneath the table top, in order to ensure a pleasant place to sit at all around the table. The inclined position of the legs ensures dynamism to the Analog table, since this is how the multifunctional table appears differently from every angle it is watched from. These qualities reinforce the dynamism even more, which is what Fritz Hansen and Jaime Hayon really wanted.
These are the reasons why the Fritz Hansen Analog table is versatile: it can be used as dining table, desk, and conference table or to sit comfortably together after work has been done with 6 or 8 people – a real new centre of the place we live in.
Analog is available in two sizes and five editions: as table for 6 or 8 people and with a table top in white laminate, oak wood and walnut veneer.Also in our blog:
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