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Table Mannequin MO 01-70 - White

Table Mannequin MO 01-70 - White

Regular price €276,00
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A table from the Mannequin collection with a classic, sturdy base made of natural beech wood perfectly complements the interior with its warm and original design. Two tabletop options - round and square - as well as the choice of laminate color, allow for easy selection of the table to match the dominant interior style. The Mannequin table is best paired with chairs from the same collection.


Tabletop - plywood covered with laminate

Base - steel construction, oval legs made of beech wood



This furniture is delivered already assembled.

This furniture is packed in one durable box to assure security during transportation. The packaging itself is also eco-friendly with almost zero use of plastic.


Production and delivery up to 40 business days.
Always secure shipping.


The laminate should be cleaned with warm water and soap or a solution of mild household detergent and a soft cloth. The use of abrasive agents is not recommended. The best choice would be soft microfiber cloths. Do not use materials with a rough or hard surface. For more stubborn stains, a gentle cleaning agent such as dishwashing liquid will work perfectly.

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About the designer

The WertelOberfell was established in 2007 by Gernot Oberfell (1975) and Jan Wertel (1976). Both of them studied Industrial Design at the Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design. The studio has been located in London and Munich. At the time, they both worked for the Ross Lovegrove Studio for several years. The scope of their design work is very broad. They have worked for brands such as Sony, Yamagiwa, MGX by Materialise, Iker, BN Office Solution, DuPont Corian, Nowy Styl, Braun and others. Studio WertelOberfell also won prestigious awards (among others:Red Dot, Must Have, 3D Pioneers Challenge, Focus Open). Some of their works have been exhibited in museums across the world and are part of permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Jan and Gernot’s work is a combination of logic and the perfection of organic forms. They make optimum use of the qualities of materials, production processes, and ergonomics.