The savoy dining table uses the modern interpretation of the horgenglarus cast legs produced since 1925. Savoy is ideal for furnishing modern buildings made from glass, steel, or concrete with a traditional, cast-iron bistro table. savoy was designed in 2012 by the Zurich Studio Hannes Wettstein, whose icon chair had transported the classic aesthetics of the classic pub chair into the 21st century.
The savoy's contemporary, reduced shape with its two softly curved legs from anthracite-colored cast iron means that the savoy can be combined with nearly any chair. It takes a second glance to make the technically demanding three-dimensional geometry visible. Giesserei Chur manufactures the legs from cast iron using a traditional sand-casting process that represents the highest quality method.
As with all horgenglarus tables with cast legs, the savoy's 30mm table tops are made to measure from solid wood (also in square format). To ensure the tops remain level a dovetail batten has been inserted in a groove, an age-old principle from the 17th century. All tables have a height of 73cm and adjustable sliders.