A solid wood tabletop supported by concrete legs – pure and pared down.
Design: Stefan Westmeyer
The two halves of the solid, two-piece 40 mm-thick tabletop are attached by a tongue-and-groove joint, which is a feature of the side of the table. Two solid concrete legs, together with a central wooden crossbeam, form the base and make the table very stable.

Wood and concrete

A bold combination of materials – authentic and true.

Architecture and furniture

Concrete legs blend particularly well in modern architecture and form a stunning contrast with the warm wood.

Tongue and groove

A classic handcrafted timber joint, which precisely attaches two boards and allows the wood to expand and shrink.


Stefan Westmeyer

Born in 1971, Stefan Westmeyer is a qualified interior designer who studied industrial design at Basel University of Applied Sciences. After many years as a designer at Embru and at Girsberger, since 2018 he has run his own design studio, Westmeyer Design Werk, in Lucerne.
While working as a designer at Girsberger between 2006 and 2016, Stefan Westmeyer mainly designed tables, seating and sideboards for the Home collection. Through his own design studio, in addition to product and interior design he also offers trade fair stand design services and event production, as well as store concepts.


Solid concrete legs, natural
Solid concrete legs, anthracite
60 cm extension, adaptable on both sides


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