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Designed by Norm Architects for Audo Copenhagen, the Snaregade Dining Table was originally designed for the home of Audo Copenhagen founder Bjarne Hansen. After being thoroughly tested by the founder for years, the Snaregade Dining Table has been produced ever since. An elegant and minimalist table with a strong geometric presence, the Snaregade is sleek enough to aesthetically elevate any space. 

The table is constructed from an FSC-certified oak veneer tabletop with a steel tube base. The table edge is bevelled at a very shallow angle, making the table appear to be lighter and thinner than it is in reality.

The Snaregade Table's simple yet unique expression allows it to complement any room of the house. Thanks to the robust construction, the table can be used as everything from a studio working desk to a dining table. The table comes flat-packed with two leg frames that are easy to attach, the bracing is already in place on the base. The Snaregade Dining Table Round is also available in rectangular and oval shapes.

Snaregade Dining Table - Round

Snaregade Dining Table - Round

by Audo Copenhagen

Regular price $1,150.00 USD
Regular price $1,438.00 USD Sale price $1,150.00 USD
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Technical Information

Dimensions:-
D 120 - Diameter: 120 cm, Height: 73 cm
D 138 - Diameter: 138 cm, Height: 73 cm

Made in: Denmark

Materials/Construction

Tabletop - FSC-certified oak veneer surface.

Base - Powder-coated steel

Wood veneers are made from thin sheets of natural wood that are applied to a base of MDF, plywood or chipboard, giving the surface the appearance of solid wood. The final product is then varnished with polyurethane for durability and to prevent spills damaging the surface.

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Designed by Norm Architects for Audo Copenhagen, the Snaregade Dining Table was originally designed for the home of Audo Copenhagen founder Bjarne Hansen. After being thoroughly tested by the founder for years, the Snaregade Dining Table has been produced ever since. An elegant and minimalist table with a strong geometric presence, the Snaregade is sleek enough to aesthetically elevate any space. 

The table is constructed from an FSC-certified oak veneer tabletop with a steel tube base. The table edge is bevelled at a very shallow angle, making the table appear to be lighter and thinner than it is in reality.

The Snaregade Table's simple yet unique expression allows it to complement any room of the house. Thanks to the robust construction, the table can be used as everything from a studio working desk to a dining table. The table comes flat-packed with two leg frames that are easy to attach, the bracing is already in place on the base. The Snaregade Dining Table Round is also available in rectangular and oval shapes.

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    Norm Architects

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    Norm Architects

    Norm Architects was founded in 2008 by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn. In a relatively short time the practice has created a large critically acclaimed body of works across the fields of residential architecture, commercial interiors, industrial design, photography, graphics and art direction. Within the Really Well Made product collection, they have worked with brands such as Audo Copenhagen and Paper Collective.

    The name ‘Norm’ is not an acronym but was chosen to signify the importance of drawing inspiration from norms and traditions within the fields of architecture and aesthetics, refined throughout the centuries. Norm makes a virtue of focusing on quality, durability and longevity of design. Their...