Nenufar is the Spanish word for water lilies. Whenever one takes a closer look at the table ensemble by Hans Hansen, the reason for its uncommon name becomes immediately clear.
The bottom side of the Hans Hansen Nenufar table top is softly rounded so that the middle is thicker than the edge. The soft and organic appearance of the tables by Hans Hansen is complemented by the manufacturing of oak wood which is additionally coated by a matt lacquer.
The lower one of the two Nenufar side tables has a lateral notch at the table top. This does not only serve the natural shape of the water lilies table but also a purpose: the table top can be slid into the leg of the larger side table which makes the two Hans Hansen tables virtually grow together. Thereby, the picture of overlapping water lily leaves in a pond is created.
Both of the Nenufar Side Tables can be arranged in many different ways, since the smaller table can be slid below the larger one. As a matter of course the tables can also be used separately.