We’ve long been fans of Danish company Randers’ products (our ONO boardroom table being an example), so we thought it was about time to re-focus on some of their more recent releases since their 2011 merger with fellow Danes Radius Mobler.
The stunning and innovative GRIP table is inspired by tightrope walkers and becomes more stable as weight increases. At the centre of the table structure there is a strong floating beam which can create a long freestanding table. The hinged cast aluminium legs simply clamp onto the beam at any point and gravity does the rest.
The equally innovative DRY chair is a study in minimalism with a visually very thin “folded” plane shell. But it’s comfortable too: The shell is molded in PUR rubber with in-molded steel structure. When empty it is straight and flat, but when occupied it adapts to the shape of human body. Thanks to the elasticity of PUR and an intelligent in-molded spring construction the shell provides seating comfort by taking the body’s shape and by supporting it where needed.
The clever linking device allows conference and auditorium layouts to be quickly built up and disassembled and DRY stacks easily and noiselessly up to 15 chairs on the floor. The all over PUR seat ensures that chairs are not scratched while stacking and don’t slide.