Split Table

by Sofie Rueskov Sundby Denmark

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 135x85x72
Open Editions Material : Aluminum, Linseed Oil Paint, plywood
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The “Split Table” investigates the subject of “disassembly furniture”. The design is based on experiments with joints in aluminum sheets, which are the basis for a new way to assemble a piece of furniture, in this case, a small dining table.

This furniture can be packed flat for easier transportation and storage. These properties are a part of a sustainable perspective and contribute to the UN’s 17 world goals – Goal 12: Responsible consumption and production. The table is produced using sustainable production methods and recyclable materials.

The tabletop is made of plywood and the surface is colored with pigmented linseed oil. The materials contribute differently to the construction: the aluminum acts as customized fittings, joining the table together and the plywood adds a soft tactility and color.


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Weight 10 kg
Dimensions 140 × 90 × 20 cm
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About the designer

Sofie is a young Furniture designer based in Copenhagen, Denmark. After graduating from The Royal Danish Academy, she has already participated in numerous exhibitions. Her approach to design is pragmatic and detail-oriented. With innovative solutions, she strives to invent designs that are not just simple, and beautiful, but also highly functional and sustainable. ​

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