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LIMES / Dining Table


LIMES derived from the image of a mathematical function. Similar to a curve which is steadily approaching zero, I wanted to transfer this decrease to the edge of a tabletop. The larger the diameter, the thinner the edge. The surface curvature at the bottom of the tabletop offers enough space for the legs. Without any additional screws these legs can be inserted into the tabletop. A special 3-D veneer covers both sides of the tabletop.

tabletop: 3-D veneer oak (diameter:1150 mm)
legs:steel tube, powder-coated


Jasny, Stephanie

Jasny, Stephanie
Berlin, Germany

Prof. Achim Heine
Prof. Holger Neumann
Frank Steinert


Jasny, Stephanie

Jasny, Stephanie
Berlin, Germany

Stephanie Jasny