t-6500 ss.tee – Horgenglarus
Jürg Bally, 1951; Daniel Hunziker 2014
The construction of this design classic is as simple as it is ingenious: The table top rests on three crossed-over legs linked by a moveable pin hinge. Jürg Bally’s ess.tee.tisch is one of only a few Swiss table icons. The architect designed this height-adjustable table in 1950, shortly before he started working in New York.
Table top covered with linoleum and solid wood edge, diameter 95cm, frame in solid wood adjustable 42-74cm. Central foot connection in cast iron, anthracite, adjustment mechanism of stainless steel.