Studio TK Introduces the Havn Table Series
Studio TK announced the launch of the Havn Table Series. This new offering of occasional tables complements the Havn Seating Collection, which was designed by Busk+Hertzog.
“After the successful introduction of Havn, we wanted to create some side tables that were equally versatile and multi-purpose as the Havn lounge series,” said Stephan B. Hertzog. “The tables needed to match Havn seating’s endless configuration options − fabric, color, wood type. Drawing on some of the design principles from Havn Lounge, we created a small series of truly universal tables. These tables complement Havn both in design and functionality but, at the same time, work perfectly on their own or together with other lounge furniture, within or outside the Studio TK collection. Combining various heights, sizes, shapes, materials and colors, the configurations are as endless as the ways they can be applied.”
Wood legs on Havn tables visually and aesthetically harmonize with Havn lounge legs, and enable the tables to complement other lounge collections. Top options include veneer and laminate, with laminate preferred for high-traffic applications. Havn occasional tables can be used to create groupings or clusters in different finishes to brighten or change an environment aesthetically.
Square Occasional, Rectangular Occasional and Round Tables are offered in two heights – 16 and 20 inches. Square tables are 22 x 22 inches. Rectangular table sizes include 22 x 32 inches, and 22 x 40 inches. Round tables are available in three diameters – 22, 30 and 36 inches.
“The Havn Seating and Tables collection is designed around a craft aesthetic. Its clean lines and minimalist aesthetic suit the contemporary character of modern commercial interiors,” said Charlie Bell, President, Studio TK. “The intrinsic beauty in Havn is its ability to be applied to different environments to yield different outcomes. Through the use of a closely shared visual language, Havn performs well as a collection, but as individual elements within an interior, the details and function start to shine through.”