Martin Ebert, 2023
boq is a stackable folding table with a locking bolt made of solid wood, poq its fixed counterpart. When the foldable and the fixed table are combined in one room, it is invisible.
boq is a stackable folding table with a locking bolt made of solid wood, poq its fixed counterpart. When the foldable and the fixed table are combined in one room, it is invisible. The central construction element of the design is reminiscent of the classic work trestle and gives the table, which can be made in different sizes, its high stability. A tapped connection between the leg and the truss provides the necessary bending stiffness. From conference tables, studio tables, restaurant tables and small café tables to private dining tables, a wide range of applications are possible with boq+poq.
Foldable solid wood table,
table top thickness 24mm,
legs 50/50mm, reducing to 38/38mm, adjustable sliders
Leg width: 68cm
Stacking height: 13.4cm
Architect and designer in London. After studying architecture in Stuttgart and Chicago, he worked with David Chipperfield in London. In 2006, he founded Studio Meda with architecture and design projects in London and throughout Europe and has been Professor of Construction in Münster since 2014. Martin Ebert's passion is the development of novel proposals in design and construction for everyday functions and objects.