Filip Gordon Frank is premiering his collection of solid wood tables called Carve at this year's Zagreb Design Week.
This is a family of tables developed through the study of production methods based on multi-axis turning on a CNC machine. It is characterized by a wooden structural and decorative element that, like an exoskeleton, supports the table's top while also transforming into its legs. The collection consists of round club and square dining tables. An interesting feature of the square model is its ability to be longitudinally extended almost indefinitely. The collection allows for a wide range of material and color combinations, making it easily adaptable to various environments, both private and commercial.
In addition to the Carve collection, a new addition will be introduced, a two-seater from the well-known Cage outdoor furniture collection, along with a new color palette and outdoor fabric.