Tablo or tableau? Normann Copenhagen's large round Tablo Table appropriates a bit of playfully fractured Franglais but its name means the same as the old-school French version-a deliberate grouping that invites attention. Tablo beckons in justly-renowned Danish minimalistic fashion, juxtaposing Nicholai Wiig Hansen's curved-edge plastic tabletop with stark wooden peg legs. His on-point proportions make Tablo a big style statement from just a couple of carefully edited elements. The nuts and bolts are nominal too, but equally important to the designer. Screw-in legs make for quick, tool-free assembly and the unit is flat-packed for easy and environmentally-conscious shipping. "The design needs to both be useful and solve a basic need, without compromising the visual expression" Nicholai says."Being easy to assemble is therefore part of Tablo's function."