LAX | Table
Rectangular wooden dining table
1957. The Hotel Nacional de Cuba. An entire room filled with the scent of hand-rolled Havana cigars. Shining amber rum. On hotel letterhead, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe drafts the world-famous blueprint for the headquarters of the Bacardi distillery. Capturing this iconographic moment is the starting point for our LAX collection. A declaration of love to Cuba, to sophisticated hotel amenities of the 50s and the unwavering search for clarity and spatial freedom.
With the table from our LAX collection, a tobacco-colored steel frame bears a solid slab of smoked oak, which tapers towards the sides.
Tabletop: Made from glued and laminated solid wood with a rough wood choice, top thickness: 3 cm.
Frame: Steel frame brushed, tobacco-brown or anthracite lacquered, alternatively available stainless steel brushed.
Options: Available in different wood types. Surfaces oiled and waxed or matt lacquered. Intermediate sizes possible. Extension system available.