Tune Table by Stefan Diez Office

Tune Table is a minimalist design created by German-based designer Stefan Diez for Schellmann Furniture. Diez started his induction into furniture in 1991 as a cabinet maker. He later received his diploma for Industrial Design at Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste and then founded his studio in 2003. He’s since worked on various projects in fields ranging from furniture to tableware with companies such as Authentics, Bree, e15, Established and Sons, Moroso, Rosenthal, Thonet, and Wilkhahn.


Previously, Diez had produced a well-known design, Tune Chair, and wanted a table to complement the chair. He wanted the table to have the potential to become mass-produced, and started by producing a handmade prototype for an exhibition called “Seven Studies.” The final design would be produced using laser-cut sheet metal, and powder-coated MDF.

There is a small clamp accessory that comes with the table, which can be used as a wire manager and surface for peripherals. The table currently comes in a variety of colors, including black grey, papyrus white, greenish yellow, yellow, or red. The table is quite long, thus allowing abundant space for two to three people to work simultaneously.






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