Furniture designer, NaughtOne, are launching Morse, a resourceful table that empowers flexibility through simplicity.
(Knaresborough, UK, 8th June 2023) US industry design shows, NeoCon and Design Days, held in Chicago between 12-14 June will play host to the launch of global furniture designer, NaughtOne’s latest product addition: Morse Table System.
Morse is set to join the NaughtOne product range as part of a double launch alongside their Pippin Lounge Chair, which will also be showcasing for the first time in the US at the shows. Morse, which is so named due to its series of unique accessories that resemble dots and dashes, is a resourceful table that empowers flexibility through simplicity. It is designed to transition easily from dining table to solo worktable or team work bench with ease, so that the same space can serve multiple purposes in one day, complementing and adding interest to any space.
With the launch of Morse, NaughtOne have continued to build on their sustainable design principles. Built with longevity and the end in mind, Morse adopts a timeless design and takes a highly adaptable, flexible system approach which promotes extended use. The simple ‘kit of parts’ is a wonderful example of a reductive use of materials which are easy to disassemble and recycle at the end of their life.
The Morse Table System naturally grew out of early conversations between Morse’s designer, John Tree, and NaughtOne around the idea of a source table system; something very simple, but that does a lot. It underpins NaughtOne’s core message: Absolute Simplicity leads to Infinite Possibility. John Tree says, “the Morse Table System isn’t a family of tables; it’s a solution that can provide any type of table you want at multiple heights, in the style of your choice”. He goes on to say, “the range of tops, legs and structural elements can really cater to any situation, at any scale, and in any context.”
Morse’s simple design allows for it to be completely at home a variety of spaces; in premium airport lounges, as a place to touch down with a laptop between flights, in design studios as a surface for collaboration and creativity, or even in universities, as a table for research and learning. Morse can be specified with a choice of 23 tabletop colours, 17 leg finishes and optional accessories. Fun, yet high functioning, the table combines technical brilliance with the potential for personal expression through form, colour and accessories.