P.O.V. table 463

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design  /  KASCHKASCH DE

The P.O.V. collection features a modular design and an organically shaped table base. While it may look discreet, this P.O.V. table has the potential to command a room – it all depends on your point of view. The simple base has a rounded triangular shape and is 104 cm high and 52 cm wide. The base can be paired with tabletops in three shapes and four sizes.

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Choose table top Multiplex top + veneered surface
Natural (varnished surface) (B 39)
Natural (oiled surface) (B 39)
Coffee (B 4)
Dark Wenge (B 105)
Dark Chocolate (B 112)
Nougat (B 114)
Granite (B 115)
Honey (B 116)
Black Grain (B 123)
White Powder (B 276)
Beech is one of the best known and most commonly used deciduous trees in furniture making. It is a hard, strong, homogenous wood, well suited for manual wood bending. Beech is light to pinkish light in colour with a less pronounced texture, as there is not a marked difference in the colour of spring and summer wood – the contrast that creates annual growth rings.

In Standard finish, we offer stains that do not affect the wood structure. Most of the shades do not hide the texture. The natural characteristics of beech allow the wood to absorb colour differently, resulting in a surface with light and dark markings. The final look of the product is also influenced by the original wood colour. A colour stain is always finished with a transparent water-based lacquer, which creates a durable, impervious coating that requires minimal maintenance.

The Beech Natural option can also be finished with oil, which is applied to the raw, worked surface. The colourless oil base comprising natural oils and waxes creates a protective matte coating that does not crack or peel. The oil highlights the natural colour of the wood, reveals its structure, and allows the wood to breathe. With the help of our Carebox, small scratches can be sanded over and re-oiled, leaving your TON product looking like new.

!Each beech wood component reacts to selected technology in different ways. This natural property causes variation in component colour finish. Surface finishing with oil highlights these nuances. The colour aspect of independent wood components will even out and unify in a natural way with solar radiation and oxidation within a few months.
Antique Classic (B 130/A)
If you would rather not wait for years before your furniture develops a natural patina, you can enjoy the look of antique furniture with this specialised finishing technique. Starting with a dark stain, Antique Finish imitates irregular scratches, sun-bleached spots, frequently touched areas and even woodworm bores. The imitation age marks are applied by hand with specially developed finishing materials, which in no way affect the product’s quality. Each resulting piece is an original.
Oiled surface (Natural)
Varnished surface (Natural)
Coffee (B 4)
Dark Wenge (B 105)
Dark Chocolate (B 112)
Nougat (B 114)
Granite (B 115)
Black Grain (B 123)
White Powder (B 276)
A strong and hard wood that will last for generations, oak has been prized in furniture making for centuries. Its natural colour and texture are characterised by a brown palette that is complemented with grey and yellow tones.

In Standard finish, we offer stains that do not affect the wood structure. Most of the shades do not hide the texture. The natural characteristics of oak allow the wood to absorb colour differently, resulting in a surface with lighter and darker markings. The final look of the product is also influenced by the original wood colour. A colour stain is always finished with a transparent water-based lacquer, which creates a durable, impervious coating that requires minimal maintenance.

For the Oak Natural option we recommend an oil finish, which is applied to the raw, worked surface. The colourless oil base comprising natural oils and waxes creates a protective matte coating that does not crack or peel. The oil highlights the natural colour of the wood, reveals its structure, and allows the wood to breathe. With the help of our Carebox, small scratches can be sanded over and re-oiled, leaving your TON product looking like new.
American Walnut
Originating in North America, American walnut became popular in European furniture making during the seventeenth century. The wood is characterised by a dark-brown colour and accented with lighter bands and hints of purple. It is a hard, strong yet light wood, well suited for making furniture. The wood surface reaches a beautiful shine and colour, especially after oil impregnation.
Material Natural (varnished surface) (B 39)
Natural (varnished surface) (B 39)
Natural (oiled surface) (B 39)
Coffee (B 4)
Dark Wenge (B 105)
Dark Chocolate (B 112)
Nougat (B 114)
Granite (B 115)
Honey (B 116)
Black Grain (B 123)
White Powder (B 276)
Beech is one of the best known and most commonly used deciduous trees in furniture making. It is a hard, strong, homogenous wood, well suited for manual wood bending. Beech is light to pinkish light in colour with a less pronounced texture, as there is not a marked difference in the colour of spring and summer wood – the contrast that creates annual growth rings.

In Standard finish, we offer stains that do not affect the wood structure. Most of the shades do not hide the texture. The natural characteristics of beech allow the wood to absorb colour differently, resulting in a surface with light and dark markings. The final look of the product is also influenced by the original wood colour. A colour stain is always finished with a transparent water-based lacquer, which creates a durable, impervious coating that requires minimal maintenance.

The Beech Natural option can also be finished with oil, which is applied to the raw, worked surface. The colourless oil base comprising natural oils and waxes creates a protective matte coating that does not crack or peel. The oil highlights the natural colour of the wood, reveals its structure, and allows the wood to breathe. With the help of our Carebox, small scratches can be sanded over and re-oiled, leaving your TON product looking like new.

!Each beech wood component reacts to selected technology in different ways. This natural property causes variation in component colour finish. Surface finishing with oil highlights these nuances. The colour aspect of independent wood components will even out and unify in a natural way with solar radiation and oxidation within a few months.
Antique Classic (B 130/A)
If you would rather not wait for years before your furniture develops a natural patina, you can enjoy the look of antique furniture with this specialised finishing technique. Starting with a dark stain, Antique Finish imitates irregular scratches, sun-bleached spots, frequently touched areas and even woodworm bores. The imitation age marks are applied by hand with specially developed finishing materials, which in no way affect the product’s quality. Each resulting piece is an original.
Varnished surface (Natural)
Oiled surface (Natural)
Coffee (B 4)
Dark Wenge (B 105)
Dark Chocolate (B 112)
Nougat (B 114)
Granite (B 115)
Black Grain (B 123)
White Powder (B 276)
A strong and hard wood that will last for generations, oak has been prized in furniture making for centuries. Its natural colour and texture are characterised by a brown palette that is complemented with grey and yellow tones.

In Standard finish, we offer stains that do not affect the wood structure. Most of the shades do not hide the texture. The natural characteristics of oak allow the wood to absorb colour differently, resulting in a surface with lighter and darker markings. The final look of the product is also influenced by the original wood colour. A colour stain is always finished with a transparent water-based lacquer, which creates a durable, impervious coating that requires minimal maintenance.

For the Oak Natural option we recommend an oil finish, which is applied to the raw, worked surface. The colourless oil base comprising natural oils and waxes creates a protective matte coating that does not crack or peel. The oil highlights the natural colour of the wood, reveals its structure, and allows the wood to breathe. With the help of our Carebox, small scratches can be sanded over and re-oiled, leaving your TON product looking like new.
American Walnut
Originating in North America, American walnut became popular in European furniture making during the seventeenth century. The wood is characterised by a dark-brown colour and accented with lighter bands and hints of purple. It is a hard, strong yet light wood, well suited for making furniture. The wood surface reaches a beautiful shine and colour, especially after oil impregnation.
Material2 Natural (varnished surface) (B 39)

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We manually bend our furniture in the same workshops where this technology has been in use since 1861. However, we moved the features of this unique technique further more and mix them with contemporary designers’ thoughts. Our tables and chairs become a connection of quality, innovative shapes and a legacy to the place that has learned to understand the wood for generations.

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