The P.O.V. collection features a modular design and an organically shaped table base. While it may look discreet, a P.O.V. table has the potential to command a room – it all depends on your point of view. P.O.V. tables come in two heights, three base types and six tabletop shapes. The modular system boasts dozens of options, making it suitable for almost any interior – an office, dining hall, cafe or restaurant. The collection includes a stackable dining stool of the same name, which serves both a functional as well as a playful role. The collection is available in three types of wood – beech, oak and American walnut – and finished in various colours.
products in collection
P.O.V. table 460
P.O.V. table 461
P.O.V. table 462
P.O.V. table 463
P.O.V. table 464
P.O.V. table 465
P.O.V. table 466
P.O.V. table 467
P.O.V. table 468
P.O.V. table 470
The collection is defined primarily by the material used in its construction and by the shape of the table base. Made by joining three identical bent plywood forms, the base is the defining feature of the entire collection.
The name P.O.V., or Point of View, derives from the fact that the look of the table differs depending on the angle of the view. It also symbolises the approach we use in our studio – as a design duo we need to understand each other’s point of view in order to reach the best possible solution. The same principle has also guided our collaboration with TON,” explained kaschkasch designer Florian Kallus.
“We also wanted to create products that would work in different environments – restaurants, offices and homes,” stated Kallus.
“Our main goal was to design tables that would fit with the company’s current portfolio but also bring something new. The conical shape of the table base contrasts the fine lines of bentwood furniture,” added kaschkasch designer Sebastian Schneider.
The German duo Florian Kallus and Sebastian Schneider established the Cologne-based design studio kaschkasch in 2011. The duo works in furniture design and lighting. Guided in their creative approach by discussion and collaboration, the two designers focus on bridging traditional craft with innovative technical solutions. In all their work the kaschkasch team aims to find symbiosis between functionality, simplicity and beauty.