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  • Moebius table, 1957, Objekto
  • Moebius table, 1957, Objekto
  • Moebius table, 1957, Objekto

Moebius table, 1957

Moebius table by Objekto.

First discovered in a flea market in Parma, Italy, the Moebius table became an instant design classic. Simple lines create a sophisticated three-piece frame, referencing the Moebius strip, discovered by German mathematician August Ferdinand Moebius in 1858. 

The table elegantly combines form and function, the unknown designer having embued design nuances explored in the fifties.

Please see 'Product Specification' for more information.

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Moebius table by Objekto.

First discovered in a flea market in Parma, Italy, the Moebius table became an instant design classic. Simple lines create a sophisticated three-piece frame, referencing the Moebius strip, discovered by German mathematician August Ferdinand Moebius in 1858. 

The table elegantly combines form and function, the unknown designer having embued design nuances explored in the fifties.

Please see 'Product Specification' for more information.

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70dia x 51cmh

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Walnut stained beech frame with tempered glass tabletop.

Simple assembly required.

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Objekto, meaning “object” in Esperanto.

Objekto, meaning “object” in Esperanto.

The company accommodates creations from selected distinct designers such as Paulo Mendes da Rocha or Maurício Klabin.

Its products are original and poetic in design and practical in form. The products and raw materials are made in Europe, using recycled steel, cotton canvas and sustainably sourced wood. One of Objekto's main focus is on protecting the environment and material quality, sourcing materials from dependable suppliers. 

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