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A unique mix of tables

This new series of tables Tak is designed by David Regestam and practically comes in all sizes and types. That means round, square or rectangular, in different sizes and heights, four-legged or pedestal table, which all makes it unique on the market.

Broad range of functionalities

The tables suit many types of interiors and offer endless variation. The common denominator for the tables in the series is their straight, functional design with exposed details in the joints.

A successful piece of furniture

The main criteria of success with furniture is
first and foremost, that it serves its purpose, at the same time affecting the room and the user it’s intended for.

A table reserved for TAK

The first delivery of tables went to a new rooftop restaurant and bar in central Stockholm called TAK, (Tak means roof in Swedish). It has a spectacular view on top of the At Six hotel and is designed by Wingårdh Arkitektkontor. Gärsnäs has a tradition of naming its furniture after projects and David thought it was an appropriate name because the tables also remind him of a roof construction: a thin layer on a steady frame.

TAK has arrived

The tables, designed with this specific setting in mind, have a universal character that suits many kinds of interiors. The Tak table has already entered its intended environment.

About David Regestam

David Regestam is interior designer at Wingårdhs and in addition to the table TAK, he has also designed the pillar table Kolonn for Gärsnäs. Regestam gets inspired when there is a gap and a product missing on the market. He is often surprised by the amount of furniture that is produced and how little of it fits in and is really liked.