In 1903, Henry Ernest Dudeney stunned the mathematical world with his ‘Haberdasher’s Puzzle’, which proved how to turn a perfect equilateral triangle into a perfect square. The artist and sculptor Maty Grünberg utilised this mathematical principle to design an occasional table especially for Aram’s 23rd anniversary celebrations in 1987, which he called the D*Table.
Now, in Aram’s 50th anniversary year, Maty’s son David ben-Grünberg and his business partner Daniel Woolfson have manufactured the D*Table with up-to-date materials and we are delighted to present this design exclusively to the UK market. Manufactured to the highest standards in a Danish factory (used by Fritz Hansen) from engineered carb 2 timber, the table’s surface is protected by a 0.5mm aluminium layer which is then painted with a non-toxic semi-soft matt finish in either black or white.
There are three hinge points for the four sections of each table and the hinges are formed of flexible upvc. 12 hinges are supplied – 4 in red, black or white – providing an extra one of each colour just in case they get lost down the back of the sofa! Each section swivels on 50mm rubber castors; for stability, we recommend that the sections are not used separately but are always connected by their hinges. The sections provide a variety of storage spaces – shelves, containers, a magazine rack and even a bottle holder. Also provided is a set of four coloured coasters echoing the shape of each section.
Come in to the Store at Drury Lane to experience this mathematical phenomenon for yourself, or watch a Vimeo demonstration here: