Exquisite craftsmanship and pure functionality have no need for grand gestures.
Four table legs ideally positioned and joined to a solid wood table top in a way that does the material justice. The special feature of this table is that it can be scaled up to a length of 5 metres. The appearance of the table, or rather the tabletop, does not suffer with growing table spans.
It takes a high degree of craftsmanship to process solid wood for these spans while doing justice to the material. As a customer, all you need to decide is the length of the table, the type of wood and the desired surface. The cabinet maker takes care of all the other decisions – not based on taste, but on what the material and the function require.
Design: Georg Bechter
Photography: Adolf Bereuter
About the designer
Born 1977 in Hittisau, Vorarlberg, Georg Bechter studied sculpture at The Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design and TU Wien, where he completed his diploma in architecture in 2004. In 2010, he founded his company Georg Bechter Licht. From 2010 to 2012, he taught at the Department of Experimental Architecture at Innsbruck University. In 2011 he joined the Architectural Council of Langenegg, where his office is located.