The Analog table by Fritz Hansen boasts a new form that is a unity of three classic shapes; square, circle and oval. The table combines functional qualities from an angular table with the social qualities of a round one.
With all hint of hierarchy removed, the Analog table is left with a perfect platform for conversation for modern relationships among family members, friends and colleagues. Drawn back table legs allow for comfort to be enjoyed at the table whilst the inclination of the table legs ensures dynamism, allowing the Analog table to appear differently from every angle it is viewed from.
Materials: Table top in oak or walnut veneer. The base consists of four legs made of solid wood. The legs are attached to the table top with a ‘trumpet’ in white (oak) or black (walnut) coated aluminium. The underside of the table top is lacquered in white or black to match the trumpet. Each leg is mounted with black synthetic glides.
Dimensions: Height: 72cm x Width: 105cm x Length: 130cm
Jaime Hayon is a Spanish artist and designer who was born in 1974 in Madrid. After his industrial design studies in Madrid and Paris, in 1997 he became part of the Fabrica, founded by Benetton design and communication academy in Italy, where he led the design department until 2003. In 2000, Hayon founded his own studio and dedicated himself entirely from 2003 to his personal projects. Today he is one of the world's most respected designers.