As Long As You Like is an archetypical long table that can be tailored to any length.  The mixed materials of the table’s surface create a pattern within the object whilst illustrating the table’s modularity. The prototype is constructed from solid oak base and tops of oak and Larvikite, a stone unique to norway from the Lundhs quarry in Larvik.  The essence of the project is to create a a table that is as long as you like. To make this possible the object has to consist of several tops and set of leg modules. This is enhanced by composing contrasting materials on the surface and support it on a modular base with robust yet minimal proportions.  A collaboration with  Sverre Uhnger   Photo © Siren Lauvdal
       
     
 Photo © Siren Lauvdal
       
     
 Photo © Siren Lauvdal
       
     
 Photo © Siren Lauvdal
       
     
 As Long As You Like is an archetypical long table that can be tailored to any length.  The mixed materials of the table’s surface create a pattern within the object whilst illustrating the table’s modularity. The prototype is constructed from solid oak base and tops of oak and Larvikite, a stone unique to norway from the Lundhs quarry in Larvik.  The essence of the project is to create a a table that is as long as you like. To make this possible the object has to consist of several tops and set of leg modules. This is enhanced by composing contrasting materials on the surface and support it on a modular base with robust yet minimal proportions.  A collaboration with  Sverre Uhnger   Photo © Siren Lauvdal
       
     

As Long As You Like is an archetypical long table that can be tailored to any length.

The mixed materials of the table’s surface create a pattern within the object whilst illustrating the table’s modularity. The prototype is constructed from solid oak base and tops of oak and Larvikite, a stone unique to norway from the Lundhs quarry in Larvik.

The essence of the project is to create a a table that is as long as you like. To make this possible the object has to consist of several tops and set of leg modules. This is enhanced by composing contrasting materials on the surface and support it on a modular base with robust yet minimal proportions.

A collaboration with Sverre Uhnger

Photo © Siren Lauvdal

 Photo © Siren Lauvdal
       
     

Photo © Siren Lauvdal

 Photo © Siren Lauvdal
       
     

Photo © Siren Lauvdal

 Photo © Siren Lauvdal
       
     

Photo © Siren Lauvdal