Jakob Wagner’s Branch table pays homage to art deco while conveying contemporary ideals. Its defining feature is the die-cast aluminum base of repeating interconnecting elements. This aspect is dually compelling, appearing simple yet complex and functionally making the table stable and lightweight.
The branch table is compact during transport and easy to assemble. The Table top is available in several versions: extra-light glass; matte lacquered in the colors from the collection; wood (oak with a natural, black or wengé finish, black Canaletto walnut). Base options include a matte finish in white, black, or mud.
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Jakob Wagner is a Danish designer, born in Copenhagen in 1963. His precise attention to detail is at the root of his playful and minimalist designs. The designer earned a degree in Design Engineering from DIA-M in 1987, and a degree in Product Design from ArtCenter College of Design in 1992.. He established Jakob Wagner Studio in 1993, in his hometown and often creates high-tech products for brands in the sports, professional, and medical world. His product design collaborations included creating items for Alessi, Bang + Olufesn, Menu, Muuto, and Stelton. His furniture designs resulted in collaborations with Cappellini, B+B Italia, Moroso, and Hay. Wagner has exhibited internationally and has pieces as part of the permanent collection at MoMA in New York City.