serbia . ireland
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dinning tables
doohooma. ireland
This project involved the upgrading of a servery area and the provision of dining room furniture for a primary school. The proposed area formed part of an existing multi- purpose room, and therefore provision had to be made for storage of the tables and stools while the room is used for other purposes. Bespoke dining tables were designed as demountable units, in which the table tops can be removed from the legs by use of a quick release ‘peg and slot’ system. The tops have additional slots which allow them to be easily carried and hung on a wall when not in use. The legs were designed to be stackable, and are stored along with the stools under the servery counter. Table tops are made from injection-moulded Polypropylene, and the legs are fabricated from tubular stainless steel. The tables are an example of how innovative design can be used to produce robust, bespoke solutions at comparable cost to an ‘off-the-shelf’ alternative.