mi massiv t-1615
The high quality of the wood can be gleaned from the nearly vertical tree rings on the table's face. The table top has a floating installation to allow the solid wood to expand and contract.
mi massiv shares its puristic geometry with the mi. Its solid wood, together with a slightly different construction, however, creates a different type of aesthetics in the table top. While the rotary-cut veneer of the mi shows an all-over marking of the trunk, mi massiv's table top is joined from individual quartersawn boards to create a beautiful marking. The high quality of the wood can be gleaned from the nearly vertical tree rings on the table's face. The table top has a floating installation to allow the solid wood to expand and contract. A tiny joint facing the framework highlights its optical claim.
4-legged table, table top and base frame made of solid wood, table lower edge: 67.5cm
Table height: 75cm
Architect and designer in Zurich. Studio training at Ernst Gisel, architect in Zurich. 1989, degree studies in Japan. 1990, founded the architectural firm Waeber/Dickenmann with Daniel Dickenmann in Lachen SZ and Zurich. 1991–1998, assistant at the ETH Zurich and the EPF Lausanne. Since 2006, lecturer at the ZHAW Winterthur for design and construction in the master studio. The architectural firm of Waeber/Dickenmann attends to the classic questions of architecture and also to designing commercial spaces and furniture along with maintaining a collection of furniture made by well-known Italian designers in the late 20th century.