CUT is nothing less than the idea of architecture in the form of a table. The harmonious interweaving of generous surfaces executed with low material thicknesses combines stability with lightness resulting in an inspiring place for creativity or for shared indulgence. CUT is as much at home in the refectory of a Buddhist monastery as it is in an artist’s studio or in your living room.
CUT – the idea of architecture in the form of a table.
The striking thing about CUT is that it appears delicate and powerful at the same time.