‘Our wooden tables are a nod to the nineties refectory tables we ate at during lunch in school’, Hannes Van Severen explains. ‘Those were kind of grayish, rectangular tables with a plastic laminated wooden top. Let’s say that this is the upgraded version’. The frame and legs of the table consist of rounded steel tubes: robust yet colorful. Interesting detail: the wooden top gently lays into the frame to avoid a bulky feel. The tables come in three different shapes: a simple round, a refectory-rectangular one and a straight version with rounded corners. Muller Van Severen also chose four different wood types: a light birch, a classic oak, a darker cherry and walnut.