Klin table system is inspired by the structure of rural agricultural tools of the Alps. Basic wooden profile is partially cut through the central axis which allows for the widening of smaller parts by using wedges. The result is a characteristic Y shape consisting of a unique base and two high-strung lateral forks. The expanded “capital” secures a bigger connecting surface through which the leg is attached to the tabletop, while the horizontal wedge, at the same time, can be used for opening the leg’s ending tips as well as for storing the screws. This detail, besides ensuring stability of the structure, allows for an uncomplicated assembling and disassembling of the legs.
Numen/For Use is a Croatian-Austrian designer collective which includes Sven Jonke, Christoph Katzler and Nikola Radeljković. Fields of their work are scenography, product design, interior design and art installations. The studio has worked with all relevant furniture manufacturers of this region. They shaped the products for some of the world’s most famous manufacturers of designer furniture. They have received many international awards for projects in the field of industrial design and scenography. They are one of the founders of the first furniture brand in Croatia – Element.