Good side of the force - a table on the TUO pedestal
The table from the TUO collection designed by Studio Rygalik.
The TUO table is an innovative extending table on a pedestal made of solid wood, exceptional on the market. The neat, organic form of the table does not contradict its large dimensions and reliable stability. A modern, durable, and, in addition, easy to use extension mechanism helps adjust the length of the top for meetings in a bigger group. An undeniable advantage of the TUO table in its extending version is the undivided top, and this makes the whole extension mechanism concealed. While the top and the pedestal are made of oak wood, the contemporary character of the table has been additionally emphasized by using a metal base. The TUO table will be perfect for family feasts, and also business meetings.
Projekt Tomek Rygalik
A designer, a lecturer, an administrator, and a PhD of arts. He studied architecture at the Technical University of Łódź. A graduate of the industrial design faculty at the Pratt Institute in New York. After graduating at the Royal College of Art in London in 2005, he became a scientific employee at the research-development team at RCA. In 2006, he founded Studio Rygalik. He runs a design workshop and has been the dean of the master's faculty at the Industrial Design Department at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. He cooperates, among others, with Moroso, Noti, Comforty, Paged, Ghidini, Cappellini, Profim, Ideal Standard, Siemens, Heineken, or Ikea. Since 2010, he serves the function of the creative director for the top Polish brands. He implements several projects for cultural institutions, among others, The Adam Mickiewicz Institute, National Opera House, POLIN Museum, BOZAR, Zachęta, Fryderyk Chopin Museum, the National Museum, Polish Cultural Institutions. He was the architect of the Polish Presidency of the EU Council. Many of his projects are part of the permanent exhibition at the National Museum in Warsaw. In 2015, he founded the brand TRE Product, and since 2016 he has co-created the SOBOLE creative campus.