May 5, 2006
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HPL tool-free table

Matthias Demacker’s design for the Plug.table represents the ultimate reduction of an object to its essence. The table is made of three parts, a high-pressure laminate tabletop and two stainless steel leg frames, and it may be assembled and modified without any tools. Plug.table may be configured to be either counter or coffee table height based on the insertion orientation of the leg frames.

Plug.table utilizes the post-forming process of compact forming HPL, and the table surface may be produced in a variety of colors. The table is suitable for interior or exterior use, and multiple tables may be connected by interlocking the leg frames.

Contact: Habit, Kuerten-Engeldorf, Germany.

For more information, see Transmaterial: A Catalog of Materials That Redefine our Physical Environment

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