Archetypal table: Nuuk by Arper

Nuuk is a new table from Italian furniture company Arper.

Designed by Simon Penally, Nuuk is said to be the archetypal table, with a single, spare plane floating above four slender legs. A universal system based on the simple principle of four corner legs, four rails and a top, Nuur adapts to diverse applications and environments.

Table tops are available in square or rectangular formats in either colored laminate or wood veneer. New colorways available include black, white, pink and grey.

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