Beautifully ergonomic: Harmoni table by HBF

Available in varying lengths, widths and heights, Harmoni is built with organic materials like solid wood and metals.

New York-based HBF Furniture collaborated with Danish design group Space Copenhagen to launch Harmoni Table.

The tabletop, made with solid light ash wood, is entirely curved, with the exception of the very center. This slope and shape fits the table edges to the shape of the human body.

The Harmoni is also technically designed to be functional in a variety of different environments. The piece is flexible and adaptable in terms of environment and reconfiguration. Available in varying lengths, widths and heights, Harmoni is built with organic materials like solid wood and metals.

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The table is FSC Certified, and will provide LEED V4 and LEED CI 2009 Contributions.   

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