Table Fachwerk by Vitamin Design

January 21st, 2013 by retail design blog

Since the ancient times the timber-framed architecture has been a popular way of building houses. The typical construction of vertical and horizontal timber beam gives a distinctive design. vitamin design created Fachwerk – a table which presents this traditional design in a modern way. The integrated dominant stylistic elements have a surprising effect combined with familiar optic. The base frame is build in an elegant way, which consists of mullions, sleepers and posts and make the table stable with an airy look.

Designed by Vitamin Design









http://www.vitamin-design.de

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2 thoughts on “Table Fachwerk by Vitamin Design

  1. Cubicle says:

    I love this table. What kind of wood was used?

  2. Timber-framed architecture has been again in nowadays, due to the contemporary design and strength it provides. The presented models looks very nice and articulated, and we surely needs more and more architects who can master this form.

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