ARTUS, the name alone is a promise | The ARTUS counter table is equally suitable for use in both private and public buildings. Sometimes it is just right to be able to choose between standing and sitting. The geometric construction of the crude steel frame in combination with generous solid wood tabletops meet the expectations of this archaic-looking counter table.
The expressive, archaic ARTUS counter table makes a timeless and contemporary statement at the same time.
Three table top variations appeal to individual tastes. From linear-reduced to urban-lively:
The tabletop rustical with its striking central joint has a hand-caressing surface with a naturally pronounced design.
The naturalness of the urban RohDesign tabletop is reflected in the traditionally brushed, waxed and, if desired, fired, oiled or pigmented surface. Each edge of the table is cradfted with an axe according to traditional craftsmanship.
The historical oak is a table top with a strong character, influenced by the times. Made of old oak beams from historical half-timbered houses with the charm of the past. The natural features of the darkened historical beams have been artfully crafted. Bolts, cracks, knotholes and uneven surfaces are intentional and characteristic.
Counter table with geometrically designed steel frame. Frame build from angle, rectangular and circular tube with processing, welding and flex traces. Finish oiled or powder-coated. Table top solid wood. Also without a longitudinal center space possible, without surcharge. Frame with plastic glides.
Table tops denoted as “rustic” have visible natural features such as knots or sapwood. Minor dry cracks cannot be ruled out. Knot holes and dry cracks are filled with a graphite-coloured polyester resin. The grinding is fine. The particularly lively table tops made of historical oak are manufactured from oak beams, which previously braved wind and weather in historic buildings. The normally heavily darkened planks are hand-crafted and are characterized by constructive wood penetrations - for example treenails or crossbars - as well as by cracks, knotholes and a partly uneven surface. Sharp-edged holes or cracks are milled off softly. The following versions are possible:
Solid wood table boards denoted “RohDesign” are glued from three planks with pronounced hand-carved wood features. Sapwood is removed, while natural features such as swirls in the wood and visible knot holes are specially emphasised. Dry cracks are very likely to occur here. As an option, further cracking can be countered though the incorporation of a handcrafted dovetail. The width varies from approx. 95 cm to approx. 100 cm. These table tops are unique pieces and cannot be reproduced. It cannot be ruled out that in the event of increased heat flows crack formation will increase. RohDesign tops are always delivered with handcrafted wanes. The following versions are possible:
~78.7 x 27.6/31.5" ~86.6 x 27.6/31.5"
Natural oak, brushed with texture, oiled
Burned oak black, brushed with texture, oiled
Oak colored pigmented, brushed with texture, oiled
Smoked oak colored pigmented, brushed with texture, oiled
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