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Ovata | Dining Table

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WHEN SUBTLETY IS KEY TO GRAND LUXURY

When introducing the Ovata Dining Table, the Ovata collection is further unfolded with an entirely new typology, the dining table. The almost monumental table effortlessly balances tactile surfaces, natural materials, and a pared-back aesthetics.

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Materials

MATERIAL TOP: Jura Grey limestone.

Limestone is a natural material known for its exclusive look and hand feel. Being a natural material, no two surfaces are alike and visual variations such as fossil markings, colour variations, veins and the like are to be expected

 

MATERIAL BASE: Oak veneer black/dark brown stained.

Maintenance and care

Clean with damp cloth.

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PLEASANT TRANSITIONS

 

The Ovata Table features a simple tabletop cast in matt-polished, Grey Jura limestone with subtle fossil markings, reflecting the unique terroir of its origin. The distinctive yet comforting rounded square shape of the tabletop is echoed in the sturdy column base, fostering pleasant transitions between the contrasting yet complimenting tactile surfaces, resulting in a design that radiates an understated luxurious feel.

 

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GENEROUSLY SIZED FOR GATHERINGS

 

Crafted in brown or black stained oak veneer with visible grains, bevelled edge profiles at both tabletop and column base add lightness to the density of the solid materials. The centre-aligned column base as well as the generously sized tabletop leave plenty of room for up to six Ovata Dining Chairs, though the table works equally well with other seating styles and finishes.

 

 

Explore the Ovata Series:

 

Ovata Dining Chair

Ovata Lounge Chair

Ovata Bar & Counter Stool

 

NOTE Design Studio

Note is a Stockholm-based design studio founded in 2008 working within the fields of architecture; interior; product and graphic design as well as design strategy. Our philosophy is to stand out from the crowd: “To note something, to get noticed: we are named after what we try to achieve. We like to pay attention to our surroundings, and try to create things that make others do the same. By looking at what is unique in every project and emphasizing that, we transform non-material values into tactile objects and spaces.”

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