The Form Table has a tabletop covered with linoleum and the edges, cross bars, and legs are made of solid, FSC certified American oak. Highly qualified furniture craftsmen make the wooden frames. The legs and cross bars are sanded by hand after they have been cut. After this, the parts are assembled using the molded connectors. The tabletop is made using medium-density fiberboard (MDF). Solid oak profiles are glued on to create the curved edges of the table. A layer of laminate is then used to cover the tabletop in order to increase its strength and ensure an even surface, so it doesn’t begin to bulge over a long period of time. Finally, the table is finished with a layer of linoleum cut by hand for an exact fit.
Linoleum is a durable material, which is easy to maintain. It is also resistant to scratches. Linoleum is made of a combination of linseed oil, resin, limestone, saw dust, and natural pigments and it is known to be a highly functional material with anti-bacterial properties. Furthermore, it is very comfortable to the touch and has a beautiful matte finish. Together with the warm glow from the oak, this makes the Form Table calm and harmonious to look at.
The quality materials and the rounded design language used for the Form Table give it a sensuous and welcoming expression. The legs are mounted onto the tabletop using specially developed molded aluminum connectors in the same color as the tabletop. The curved edges and rounded corners of the table soften the look, while the connectors work as an industrial contrast to the natural materials.