The tables are made out of pieces of solid wood, whose surfaces and sides show very distinctly the structure of the material.

The plates are not cut, as usual, parallel to wood's grain, but in various angles to it. Through these, the sides show an especially lively wood's grain, building thanks to the strong rounding of the corners a continuous strip of ever-changing lines.

Thus, the originally rectangular plates become almost round tables, around which free groupings are possible.