The four-legged Nils Holger Moormann table Spanoto was designed in 1997 by Jacob Gerbert, and at first glance resembles a pretty normal, practical wooden table. However the peculiarity of the table, is hidden underneath the table top: the tapered legs are connected to the frame without the need for tools, screws or glue. With the aid of a supplied mounting tool the legs can be simply inserted into the sides underneath the table top, where they remain, held in place and remaining rigid and stable through their own force. An ingeniously simply principle and one which makes Spanoto not only especially durable but also very well suited for uneven surfaces. And which means that, justifiably, the designer has been awarded numerous prizes.
|Product type||Dining table|
|Dimensions||Height: 74 cm
Length: 160/190 cm
Depth: 86 cm
|Material||Table top: FU (birch plywood), with laminate or linoleum surface
Legs: FU (birch plywood) oiled
|Variants||Table top available with laminate or linoleum surface in a range of colours
Available in two widths
The Spanoto black table is available separately.
|Function & properties||Tool-free mounting, table legs are stretched with the aid of the supplied mounting aid into the frame
Once inserted tension in legs maintains stability
|Delivery includes||1 Spanoto table consisting of a table top, 2 pairs of legs and 1 assembly aid|
|Assembly||Click for more information (ca. 0,8 MB).
|Care||Laminate and linoleum surfaces can be simply cleaned with a soft damp cloth and mild detergent. Oiled wood should never be exposed to excessive damp. For maintenance, we recommend occasional treatment with a colourless wood oil.|
|Awards & museum||Design for Europe 1996 3 x 1. Preis, Kortrijk/Belgien
‚Top Ten‘, iF Hannover 1997
Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen, Design-Innovationen ‘97
‚commercial success‘ Internationaler Designpreis des Landes Baden-Württemberg 1997
Bundespreis Produktdesign 1998
interior innovation award cologne 2004 ,Best of the Best‘ Kategorie: Best System
|Certificates & Sustainability||The sustainability of Moormann products largely results from the use of natural materials and their processing into durable, often modular, products which offer the user the chance to adapt and modify them as required. For transporting and distribution an emphasis is placed on achieving small packing sizes and only using recycled / recyclable packaging material. Production of Moormann furniture is completed by regional workshops within a 40 km radius of the company headquarters in Aschau im Chiemgau.|
|Datasheet||Click for more information (ca.4,2 MB).