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podia t-1802
horgenglarus >
Moritz Schlatter >
Order number:
t-1802 HG 560
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Manufacturer groups :
Tables-Dining tables >
Tables-Contract tables >
Tables-Dining tables >
Tables-Contract tables >

Product description

Table with 4 cast iron legs, anthracite painted finish, adjustable sliders, table top in solid wood with dovetail battens, 30mm thick
Table height: 74cm

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podia is an extremely flexible table system that allows for tables of almost any size and shape. The shape of the cast iron leg permits widths in excess of 1.20 metres as well as oversized round tables. There are no limits to the concept’s versatility, with free forms possible in addition to the classic square and round tables. As a result, the long-cherished ambitions of many architects are fulfilled.
This variety of shapes is possible because the cast iron legs are fitted to the outer area of the table top and because their T-shaped top plate eliminates the need for struts. A simple and elegant solution.
Its clean and simple form allows podia to combine with virtually every chair. It also harmonises perfectly with modern buildings made of glass, steel and concrete.
This combination of cast iron leg and solid wood table top is typical of horgenglarus and harks back to the traditional in-house designs from the 1920s and 30s.
With its 45° profile and slightly cambered surface, the podia table leg takes full advantage of the technical possibilities of solid casting production. It is manufactured by the Giesserei Chur foundry using traditional sand casting – the highest-quality casting process. Every leg is treated with anthracite structured paint. The horgenglarus lettering is discretely cast into one side of the leg. The weight of the cast iron gives the table exceptional stability despite the slender legs.
Custom designs are a speciality at horgenglarus. The 30-mm-thick table tops for podia are individually crafted from solid wood to the specified dimensions. To ensure that the table top remains flat, a principle from the 17th century is employed: A groove is milled into every solid wood table top into which dovetail battens are set. Thanks to this traditional craftsmanship, even large tables can be manufactured without the need for a central support.
Customers can choose between beech, oak, cherry, ash or black walnut. The surface is polished by hand until the wood has a velvety feel. It is then varnished or can also be stained, oiled or soaped on request.
podia was designed by Moritz Schlatter, who designed the glaris table for horgenglarus in 2012.