|A (small): H 46 x B 40 x T 35 cm
B (medium): H 50 x B 45 x T 40 cm
C (large): H 54 x B 50 x T 45 cm
|Frame: chrome plated steel
Table top: wood, varnished
|Available in 3 sizes
|Function & properties
|Bent tubular steel („tube oblique“)
|Lacquered surfaces of natural wood should not be exposed to steam or alcohol. Spilled liquids must therefore be wiped up immediately. When cleaning with water only small quantities should be used - ideally only with a damp cloth.
Founded in 1956 in Lauenförde in Lower Saxony, the core business of furniture producer Tecta remains the development and production of Bauhaus re-editions. This includes the Oblique nesting tables K 3 from 2005, which follow the bent tubular steel principle of the Bauhaus style of the 20th century. In contrast to the "tube aplati" technique more common to Bauhaus furniture Tecta use the "tube oblique" bending process in which the steel tube is three-dimensionally deformed so that the edges point outwards, and the side faces are turned inwards: a process which gives the Tecta K 3 side table its particular aesthetics and stability. The steel tube design is typical of the era of the Bauhaus, whose re-editions are produced by Tecta under license. The models are approved by the Bauhaus Archive in Berlin and carry the famous Bauhaus logo designed by Oskar Schlemmer. The majority of Tecta designs are not created on a computer, but as a real prototype in the company's own workshops - this commitment to real craftsmanship guaranteeing the high quality of the Tecta products.