An Adjustable Dining Table Overhang And Design – 1×1 Trestle

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Cleverly simple, like all good ideas, the 1×1 Trestle collection provides a creative take on the classic table design. Created by Studiomama for Another Brand, the range includes a multi-functional trestle and table tops. Straight and diagonal lines give the box shape an eye-catching look, while the clear lacquered coating gives the solid oak frame a smooth finish. Used as a pair, the trestles support a larger top to create a modern table. And one doesn’t need to worry about the dining table overhang; the frames can be easily moved as needed, with a large empty space always maintained at the center.

As a single unit, the trestle transforms in a low coffee table or a tall console, depending on the orientation. A perfect blend of style and function, the collection features various table top options, from a reversible oak and linoleum top that doubles as dining and work space, to clear or amber glass. Presented at this year’s London Design Festival, the range is currently available on the Another Brand website. Photographs© Another Brand.

 

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