This item is part of our Considered CollectionThe Post Dining Table Series is available in a range of variations. Explore the complete collection here.
With its long rectangular table top and sturdy cylindrical legs, the Post Table is the perfect merging of functionality, simplicity and serenity in a classic design expressed with modern minimalism. The structural frame is exceptionally crafted in solid wood, teamed with a table top in solid oak. Enjoy loads of leg room in the wide space between the legs on either end, adding to the appeal of this practical, tactile table for dining or meeting in a residential, corporate or hospitality setting.
Product made from sustainably sourced materials with a lower environmental impact than conventional alternatives.
The Post Dining Table Series is available in a range of variations. Explore the complete collection here.
W: 100 cm H: 73 cm L: 265 cm Wt: 76.5 kg Cbm: 0.45 cbm
Oak soap, FSC Mix 70%
Oak light oil, FSC Mix 70%
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Cecilie Manz was born in the Odsherred region of Denmark. As the child of parents occupied with art and design, designing always formed a natural part of her life. She chose design as her living when she began studying at the Danish School of Design in 1992. Her great interest for function and conceptualization took her further as an exchange student to Helsinki where she attended the Finnish University of Art and Design. In 1998, a year after she graduated from the Danish School of Design she started her own studio, Manz Lab, the centre of her work ever since. Already, Cecilie Manz has exhibited all over the world and is permanently represented in the exhibitions of MOMA and the Danish Design Centre. She has been lectured and awarded several significant prizes for her conceptual design. "I work with things that have a meaning to me. My general idea is always to have a clear argument legitimizing the designs that I make. Function is essential, and if I cannot formulate a good reason for a new product, it is better to refrain from making it" - Cecilie Manz.