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Maisa is an extendable dining table made from solid wood. The table is based on historical Chinese typologies: two leg elements (leg and cross brace) are connected to two longitudinal braces. The two linear, longitudinal braces function as slide rails for the main table top and as a storage space for the extension. The main table top is displaced asymmetrically to avoid a split board. The extendable table offers four additional seats with a single extension (70 cm).
The table reflects a logical simplicity through a defined, calm appearance that is functional, simple and reduced. Leg and braces form a soft, closed entity: both braces merge fluidly with the leg.

Meisa Cun Truchet is a cabinet with a surface and two drawers or trays. Its roundness makes of ‚Meisa Cun Truchet‘ a freestanding piece, which defines its surrounding space. Objects can be displayed on a surface or be stored in a drawer. Objects can stand in a precise place or can be moved temporarily to another; an object of service.

Paraid is a table for Palais Galerie in Neuchâtel. The table is built from two walls (trestles) and a table top. Two different sized table leaves are used on different occasions: a small one during a vernissage and a large one for working.