This dining room table is part powder coated steel and part oak veneered birch plywood. Combining the best of both worlds. The wood allows for a smooth and detailed finish as the steel construction supports the object and enables a light construction. Both materials strengthen each other to make one rock solid 4 cm thin table. The materials come together in harmony at a 45° angle continued by the tabletop to accentuate its lightness.
Lennart Van Uffelen designs and makes objects/furniture to match a customers needs and exceed them. Sometimes in cooperation with clients but also drawing from own inspiration. Each object will always be unique in way of construction and/or appearance.
Butler, an interchangeable reception table designed and made by Lennart Van Uffelen and Atelier Dubbeloo is available in every RAL colour you like. The triangular combination of the 2-legged frame and HPL plywood makes your event completely multifunctional, economical, customizable and memorable. www.makingreceptionslessboring.com
Spiegel.01 might be one of the more functional pieces of the FKF-collection. It exists of a series of mirrors that seem to be hung by force. The nail, from which it is mounted to the wall, creates cracks in the glass. The image is hardly distorted with a linear view, while looking at it from a different angle it becomes more than just an every day object. No one mirror is the same as they are all smashed by hand. The mirrors are easily mountable with the included nails and plugs.
This built-in Hifi Cabinet was made for a creative couple with a sentimental value towards their old rundown licquor cabinet. The solution was simple: Using the key elements of the old cabinet and combining them to fit in the wall with a pine plywood oiled base to match the existing doors. LED-lights were used to highlight the stained glass features and even the old marble inlay did not go to waste.