Minimal Waste + Table by Fraaiheid

Minimal Waste + Table by Fraaiheid in home furnishings Category

New Dutch design brand Fraaiheid (Dutch for “beauty”) takes a single sheet of laminated plywood and turns it into a sustainably produced table with cross-shaped joints. Using a CNC milling machine, the + Table‘s parts are cut with precision out of one sheet, making for minimal waste.

Minimal Waste + Table by Fraaiheid in home furnishings Category

The name of the table comes from the cross-shaped joints that are made when the parts come together.

Minimal Waste + Table by Fraaiheid in home furnishings Category

Minimal Waste + Table by Fraaiheid in home furnishings Category

Minimal Waste + Table by Fraaiheid in home furnishings Category

The +, or cross-shaped joints, make assembly easy – you can put the tables together in minutes!

Minimal Waste + Table by Fraaiheid in home furnishings Category

+/- table

They use a high quality birch plywood with a hard top layer of white or anthracite grey HPL (High Pressure Laminate). Other colors are available upon request.

Minimal Waste + Table by Fraaiheid in home furnishings Category

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Minimal Waste + Table by Fraaiheid in home furnishings Category

Minimal Waste + Table by Fraaiheid in home furnishings Category

++ table

Minimal Waste + Table by Fraaiheid in home furnishings Category

Minimal Waste + Table by Fraaiheid in home furnishings Category

+++ table

Minimal Waste + Table by Fraaiheid in home furnishings Category

Minimal Waste + Table by Fraaiheid in home furnishings Category

+++ table in anthracite grey

Minimal Waste + Table by Fraaiheid in home furnishings Category

Minimal Waste + Table by Fraaiheid in home furnishings Category


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