The Copenhagen designer Martin Solem designed a table with cables hidden in the legs to avoid messy spaces.
Each of the four tapered table legs is shaped into a U-shape that appears solid from the outside, but offers enough space on the inside to store wires. An internal felt tunnel protects the wires, holds them in place and prevents them from becoming tangled. The table has white oak veneer tops and bent plywood supports. It is possible to install USB power modules in the desks. Metal trays can also be placed under the tabletop to manage additional cables or office equipment.
While the design is visually elegant and incredibly light, it offers solid structural support. The Solem table embodies modern Scandinavian design with clean lines so it can be used in a wide variety of residential and business settings. The Solem series is also available in different sizes, from a café to a conference table. Contrasting finishes can also be paired with special editions of the furniture that have black or white finishes with beveled plywood edges, making it easy for you to find the best option for your home or office.