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Tubby Tube Table — 270cm/106"
By Faye Toogood
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Clear, no-nonsense lines and a sturdy steel frame. Faye Toogood has an eye for removing clutter, and her sculpted designs celebrate the rural past even as they partake of the urban contemporary and look towards the future. You can see this trademark fusion of traditional and contemporary in the way the sheer lines of the table top seem to float above the subtly rounded black steel or raw aluminium frames.
The Tubby Tube dining table, builds on the motifs of the same designer’s iconic Spade chair, with tubular legs that evoke the down-to-earth strength and practicality of garden implements. A distinctive and enduring artefact that would suit your dining room, or your meeting room.
The table top is not fixed to the base so it can be turned over, changed or moved - should the need arise. The legs are adjustable.
Designer Faye Toogood (London, England)
L 270 x W 90 x H 1.8cm (55kg) / L 106.3 x W 35.4 x H .7" (121lbs)
Material .9mm veneer on aluminum and MDF base with Oregon Pine, Navy Blue Ash or Black Ash finish and solid wood edges
Table Base (exterior dimensions)
L 180cm x W 90cm x H 70cm (24kg) / L 70.9 x W 35.4 x H 27.5" (53lbs)
Material Black Powder Coated Steel or Anodized Aluminum
Origin Made in Denmark
London, United Kingdom
Faye Toogood is a British designer with academic training in the theory and practice of fine art, and a vocational background at the forefront of the magazine industry.
Toogood’s objects are grouped together into her trademark numbered ‘Assemblages’. This allows her to avoid the standard and instead experiment with the materials and processes that dominate her thinking at a particular time. With each Assemblage, she engages not only with the products themselves, but also with the three-dimensional space in which they are exhibited.
All of her pieces are handmade by small-scale fabricators and traditional artisans, with an honesty to the rawness and irregularity of the chosen material.