The architect Le Corbusier developed his own measurement system that he named ’Modulor’. The system was based upon dimensions derived from the human body with the aim of creating a tool for good design and architecture.
The table system MODULOR builds on a few, basic components – a leg, a joint and a sidebar. And a tabletop, of course. Profiles and tabletops that can be specified to almost any format or proportion deemed necessary. Like a tool for good design and architecture.
The table’s strength, both visually and physically, lies in the detailing. The extruded leg that meets the cast metal joint that in turn meets the milled profile of the tabletop’s edge… Behind the precision of these details and their interrelated formal language lies over a thousand hours of work by developer and designer.