rq t-2001

Hannes Wettstein, 2003

Used as a dining table, its pillar shape makes it easy to sit down, and hotels and restaurants can create long rows of tables without any hassle.

rq is the exclusive version of a pub table, just as it was offered as modular furniture in the 1932 catalogue. Used as a dining table, its pillar shape makes it easy to sit down, and hotels and restaurants can create long rows of tables without any hassle. As a 90cm or 100cm high table, it impresses with its classy appearance. In both cases its solid construction excels.
The table comes in two base versions:
rq has a pillar made from solid beech, oak, or ash. Pillar base and base plate are made from polished chrome-nickel steel, the table top is veneer.
rq light has a metal pillar with powder-coating just like the base plate. The table top comes in a choice of solid wood, synthetic resin, linoleum, or veneer.

Table with solid pillar, pillar base and base plate polished stainless steel, veneered table top (variant: Table height 90 or 110cm)
Table height: 74cm

Variants

Designers

hannes wettstein

1958 – 2008

Designer in Zurich. Member of the "Büro für Gestaltung" (1982–1989) and of the design agency "Eclat" (1989–1991). 1991, founded the "zed" label (today "studio hannes wettstein"). In addition to conventional product design, he was also involved in interior design and interior architecture (projects included the interior fit-out of the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Berlin 1996–1999 or studios for a Swiss television broadcaster). Since 1990, various lectureships at institutions including the ETH Zurich and Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design.