Fold

DINING TABLE

Practical yet pleasing to behold, the Fold table incorporates a solid oak top and a ‘folded’ steel base (hence the name). The lasercut steel frame consists of eight individual parts that have been folded together, origami-style, resulting in elegant joints and an impressive finish. An embodiment of versatility and contemporary style, the Fold table is sure to suit any space.

Our Fold table top is made with a solid wooden oak top, a product of nature. Our Fold table needs a bit of extra care, but when you treat this table as your friend, you will get a lot of love from it return. Every table top is one of a kind, so some little imperfections are unavoidable, but you have to embrace our Fold table as it is. To maintain its unique look, you will need to sand down the top and coat it again. How many times you do this, depends on the usage of the table. For normal daily usage, we recommend to clean the table with a dry or moist soft cloth. Wood is a sensitive product, it can tell you all about your environment at home. When the air is too dry, the wood could burst a little. When the room is too moist, the Fold will get a little thicker, make sure your home has the right temperature for you and your Fold table. Treat this table as your friend and it will last you a lifetime.

MATERIALSWood, metal
LEGSPowder coated steel
RAL 9005, RAL 9010
TECHNICAL DETAILSWeight 70 kg
CAREOur fold table is made with a solid wooden oak, a product of nature. Every table top is unique, little imperfections are unavoidable.
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BAS VELLEKOOP

Bas Vellekoop is known for his eye for detail. Those details are usually visible and essential to the overall design, forming a defining element of the aesthetics.

This style is reflected in Fold because of the origami-style detail in the table legs. The lasercut steel frame consists of eight individual parts that have been folded together, resulting in elegant joints and an impressive finish.

“Within my designs, I strive for sustainable beauty and usability.”

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