“I have tried to create something that is not linked to a certain era, a design that’s not conservative nor contemporary”, quote Erjan Borren.
This table is unique in its cleanliness, in its naked perfection.
Although the Wedge seems kind of light and floaty, there is some heavy craftsmanship in it. Eighth degree angles characterize the design and can be discovered in unexpected places, not only in the wedge-shaped legs.
The top runs from a thick center to thinner sides and widens from the back to the front (or vice versa, dependent from your point of view). Great details form a smoot blend that fits with the different applications such a table can have: sometimes you want to be close to your conversation partner, while you can use some space at other moments (for example when working). One leg seems to have taken a quarter turn: that way the design is more playful and you see less rigidity or restriction. The Wedge is flexible, like the way we live.