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The table was drawn by Hans J. Wegner in 1945 for Andreas Tuck. PP Møbler took over the production in 1973. The table consists of three parts which Wegner has joined together in an elegant and flexible solution; two crossed, load-bearing wooden elements and a simple unattached round wooden plate. The table can easily be folded and packed away. Additionally, an extra plate can add a shelve resting on the lower bars.
The Tray Table stands as a symbol of the most refined balance between functionalism and purity, one could possibly obtain in a solid wood product. It seems to be a logic truth that the static foldable frame will hold the modest wooden tray with elegance and grace for eternity.
The simple tray made of solid wood is unattached, and the table frame can easily be folded and put away. An additional tray can even be placed as a shelf resting on the lower bars.
This practical and usable product is based on the modern geometrical lines of the pp66 Chinese Chair. This pure and logic design concept is executed so that it is almost a non-design, and thus the Tray Table stands as a universal product that will fit in almost any interior.
The Max file (2009) includes all materials ready to be rendered in V-Ray.
The light rig does not include in the file.
The smoothed model has 169,152 polygons and 84,938 vertices.