The 'Kurt' table has been designed by Nils Holger Moormann as a hardware-free furniture solution for the home to provide an intuitive user experience. The table consists of the tabletop itself with strategic cutouts where the two legs can be positioned on either side. A wooden bar is then slid in to keep the legs in place and ensure they don't shift with regular use, which in turn eliminates the need for screws or conventional fasteners.
The 'Kurt' table functions effectively as a side table or even a small workstation to support impressive capabilities in the home. The table comes with a finished tabletop or a raw one along with the bar crafted out of untreated Douglas fir with a solid construction or an untreated Ash version that's hollow.
Image Credit: Nils Holger Moormann
The 'Kurt' Table Features No Screws for a Seamless Design
1. Hardware-free Designs - An opportunity to explore hardware-free solutions to create seamless designs across industries.
2. Cut-out Designs - The strategic use of cut-outs to create functional and aesthetically pleasing designs across furniture and product industries.
3. Minimalist Furniture - Designing furniture with minimalistic features to provide an intuitive, functional, and seamless user experience in homes and offices.
1. Furniture - Furniture makers could adopt hardware-free designs, cut-out designs, and minimalist features in their product lines.
2. Product Design - Product designers can explore hardware-free designs, cut-out designs, and minimalist features in their designs, including tech gadgets and appliances.
3. Home Decor - Home decor brands can adopt hardware-free designs, cut-out designs, and minimalist features in their product lines, including lighting, vases, and mirrors.