The Superellipse table was born from the collaboration of three famous designers.
Mathematician and artist Piet Hein solved the traffic jams at Sergels torg square in Stockholm with an oval-shaped roundabout. This same oval shape is repeated on the top of the Superellipse, with the legs designed by Bruno Mathsson and Arne Jacobsen.
The surface of the table is made of highly durable white Fenix laminate. Fenix laminate is more resistant to scratching than usual, so the beauty of its matte surface does not diminish over the years. The surface is resistant to fingermarks and easy to wipe clean.