Mesa Table - Model 4625

By Welling / Ludvik

With its slim 14 mm tabletop, Mesa is an understated line drawn through the room. The linoleum or laminate tabletop stands in sharp contrast to the soft curves of the aluminium frame and legs.

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Mesa Table - Model 4625
Mesa Table - Model 4625 - Model 4625
 
W: 100 cm
H: 73 cm
L: 240 cm
Wt: 48 kg
Cbm: 0.45 cbm

About The Collection

A simple, versatile table that blends seamlessly into any décor, Mesa gives the impression of a slim line that appears across a room. Boasting a thin tabletop laminate in contrast to the soft curves of the aluminium frame. Attached to the frame are the legs, which are placed at the outermost edges of the table. Allowing for the most leg room possible for any type of chair imaginable.

Whether as a desk, dining table or conference table, Mesa is a discrete, durable solution that’s easy to assemble and disassemble. In a streamlined aesthetic that makes it a natural choice for virtually any situation. Adding a tranquil sense of simplicity even to the busiest of environments.

Welling/­­Ludvik

Designer

"YOU DON'T WANT A PIECE OF FURNITURE TO COME AND STEAL ALL THE ATTENTION. RATHER A CHAIR THAT JUST IS - ENHANCING THE SPACE INSTEAD OF DEMANDING IT."

Danish-Icelandic design duo Hee Welling and Gudmundur Ludvik prove that the basics can always be reinvented. With Fredericia, they combine their functional and human-centred designs with our vast experience to detail and material intuition that creates quality and longevity.

Welling/Ludvik create industrial design with an ambition to reach an optimum solution seen from more than one perspective- comfort, construction, material, price and environmental sustainability are always essential factors. They create modern industrial design that never neglects the contemporary technological possibilities and challenges in society.

For Welling/Ludvik, the focus on rationality of production is an important facilitator of design: "You should not drain the artistic freedom by only thinking in terms of production, but on the other hand, you need to know from the start, what it is, that you want to create."

Welling/Ludvik believe that good design has the ability to be interesting, even when reduced to its most simple form. Their design is characterised by pure and simple lines, where everything superfluous is removed, and where every detail has a function. These are classic design principles, in which the duo gives renewed life by focusing on the conditions for production, the innovation of material, and market needs of today.

Gudmundur Ludvik is a trained carpenter, who studied sculpture at the Icelandic Academy of Arts and furniture design at the Danish Design School in Copenhagen. Hee Welling trained in his father’s carpentry business, as well as studied sales during his time there. He is also a graduate in furniture design from the Danish Design School. Welling/Ludvik and Fredericia’s first collaboration was the versatile plastic-chair PATO, launched in 2013.