Model No. debuts new tables, seating

Model No., a maker of sustainable furniture and accessories, has unveiled a new group of tables and seating designed for both home and office spaces.

The base of the Clover cafe table is 3D printed using resin from plant waste.

The company, based in Oakland, California, specializes in manufacturing with salvaged and sustainably harvested wood, as well as 3D printing using resins derived from agricultural and other plant waste. Some of the new pieces combine these techniques.

The introductions include a Clover cafe table and the Hourglass and Cosmo console tables. The tables are available in a variety of wood finishes and colorways. All three feature Qi charging technology to charge a phone, tablet or laptop.

Blending modern and traditional aesthetics, the Clover table features a simple hardwood tabletop over a 3D-printed base in a stylized clover design. It is available in one size (36” wide, 36” deep and 30” high) and retails for $2,595.

The new tables, including the Cosmo console table, are available in a variety of wood finishes and colorways.

The Hourglass console table complements the Clover table, with its wood top and a 3D-printed base echoing the lines of the Clover’s base. It retails for $1,695. The Cosmo console table has a “stout and simple” silhouette and, like the Hourglass console, combines a solid hardwood tabletop with a 3D-printed resin base, the company says.

Also new are the Ovia side and armchairs. “Featuring slim midcentury modern lines, gentle hand-finished edges and a welcoming seat profile, (the chairs) are made for elegant versatility,” the company says in a news release. The Ovia chairs can be used with a dining table or in an office meeting room. The side chair retails for $990; the armchair for $1,240.

New Ovia side and arm chairs can be used with dining or workplace tables.

Model No.’s line includes indoor and outdoor furniture, and home accessories. Last summer, it debuted a collection of 3D printed lighting. All products are made at its facility in Oakland.

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