Scandinavian style: Buk table legs and Slice tabletop by Normann Copenhagen

Danish furniture brand Normann Copenhagen launched new Scandinavian-style oak trestle and tabletop designs.

Designed by the Danish design studio Supershape, the Buk table legs consist of three round rods and a crossbar that can be assembled without tools. Two, three or more trestles can be used together depending on the length of the table.

Meanwhile, the Slice tabletop is made up of three long, wide soap-treated oak planks, and is available in three different lengths. Designed in-house by Normann Copenhagen, Slice is characterized by fine spacing between the planks, recalling the design of outdoor picnic benches.

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Normann Copenhagen is a Danish homeware brand that designs and sells home accessories, kitchenware and lighting. It was launched in 1999.

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