This is what it looks like
when minimalist design meets
maximum artistic craftsmanship.
A top model with a wood leg.
With a table top and frame made of solid wood, we succeeded in creating the tak table for wood purists. The minimalistic material thicknesses and organic curves that are typical for tak are also characteristic of the wooden base, giving our tak table its unique elegance and a refined design that conceals its enormous stability. The slim metal frame hides the same intuitive swivel technology as in the version with metal legs – and this makes it possible to easily extend the tak table by 50 or 100 cm in just three simple steps.
Do whatever you want. We’ll show you all your options.
Your creativity is boundless? Our furniture can keep up with you. In this model overview we will show you all the materials, dimensions and versions at a glance.
Noble, dark and elegant: walnut.
Austria, Slovenia and Hungary are home to our walnut trees. The noble living grained wood has hues that range from light brown to black brown and sometimes show a red or purple sheen. Regular sunlight lightens the wood’s colour. Walnut is hard and maintains its shape – it is almost impossible to wear out the extremely resilient wood.
Intensive, precious and resilient: cherry.
Whether it comes from sustainable forests in Austria, Hungary or Romania: the deciduous wood from our cherry trees is perfect for producing premium solid wood furniture. It is highly resilient, close-grained and always reveals different facets of its beauty. This is because ist colour spectrum ranges from a yellowish or reddish brown through to an intense dark red brown. The colour darkens slightly when exposed to sunlight.
Resilient, robust and firm: oak.
Our oak grows just a stone’s throw away in sustainably managed forests in Austria, Germany and Hungary. A greyish-yellow to yellowish-brown heartwood is characteristic of this firm and particularly resilient wood. It grows in clearly visible even tree rings and darkens slightly in sunlight.
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Resilient, robust and finished by us: oak white oil.
Our oak grows here in Austria, as well as in forests in Germany and Hungary. A greyish-yellow to yellowy-brown heartwood is characteristic of this firm and particularly resilient wood. It grows in clearly-visible, even tree rings. We have finished the premium wood of our oak white oil surface with a special oil that prevents the natural darkening of the oak and makes it brighter.
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Bright, fine and finished by us: maple white oil.
Our maple grows in sustainably managed forests in Austria, Germany, Croatia and Romania. Its wood is characterised by a very light, almost white hue. Since maple darkens or yellows in regular sunlight, we treat it with natural white oil, which prevents this discolouration. The even structure of the firm and yet flexible wood is characterised by fine grains and a subtle grain pattern featuring fine light brown lines.
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Durable, lively and distinctive beech heartwood.
Our beech grows in the direct vicinity in sustainable forests in Austria and Germany. Its heartwood is hard and heavy and is characterised by a lively and distinctive wood look. Differences in colour, knots and small knotholes are typical. Natural coloured wood portions create a lively, distinctive grain pattern in the beech heartwood.
Solid, firm, and yet subtle: beech.
Local sources are important to us. Our beech wood comes from sustainable European forests in Austria and Germany. The colour of the wood is aesthetically nuanced and varies between bright yellow and reddish brown. The colour darkens slightly when regularly exposed to sunlight. Beech wood is heavy and firm and its structure makes it particularly easy to process.
Warm, red and charismatic: alder.
Our alder wood comes from sustainably managed forests in Hungary and Poland. It is characterised by a warm, red and golden colour that darkens slightly in the sunlight. Alder is a fast-growing medium-hard species of wood that is finely grained and is perfect for processing. And the best thing about it: its light colour variants and medullary rays make each piece of furniture made from alder unique.
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A hybrid for your dining room.
Just like the revolutionary extension of the tak table, the elegant wooden base impresses with its refined technology and innovative engineering finesse that gives the slim table legs such high stability. This is achieved by an elaborate hybrid construction of both solid wood and metal along with durable slot-and-pin connections.
The best of both worlds.
We combine the two things that make our work with solid wood even better: the latest technology and traditional Austrian craftsmanship.
Solid wood is healthy. But it’s addictive.
Be inspired by our interior designs and find out how TEAM 7 furniture can make all of your rooms more beautiful and natural.
Good design is not just valuable, it’s also full of values.
TEAM 7 stands for first-class design with a clear philosophy. Design with a timeless quality that places a special emphasis on nature, instead of trying to restrain or subdue it.
"What I care about in design is having a deep understanding of the material, construction and function. The manual work forms the foundation, the technology provides the performance and nature creates the balance."
The most ingenious thing about wood: easy maintenance.
Wood naturally features unique self-cleaning properties. As a result only minimal effort is required on your part to keep your TEAM 7 furniture looking just as good in decades to come as it does today.
We don’t just take on orders. We also take on responsibility.
We think that our company should accept responsibility for its decisions. That’s why we stand 100% behind ours. Producing perfect solid wood for our customer is important to us – but the entire product process is also an integral part of this for us. That’s why we treat our partners, our employees and nature as they deserve to be treated: fairly.
We love wood.
We love what we do – as can be seen in every piece of finished furniture. This is because innovation and a pioneering spirit are our innermost aspirations. We know everything about our forests and about wood as a material. We treat wood with respect in the production of our furniture, combining innovative technology with traditional craftsmanship.