Juristic Table


This legal advisor does not resolve all problems, but he is always eager to be a reliable partner to his buyers. Although he is concentrated on the essentials, he appears steadfastly in the finest woods—with extraordinary metal surfaces. For this reason he has an elegant effect. The light/dark contrast of its texture creates attractive accents and his richly coloured, noble patina impresses. The variations are almost endless. You too can become designers! Simply select a wood section and a matching base plate.


bright and subtle

Sycamore is one of the brightest domestic wood species, and grows primarily in the mountainous regions of the Alps and the uplands. Despite a nearly white ground colour, timber from the same trunk can have light and dark contrasts, which emerges due to different light reflections. A frequent growth characteristic is the occurrence of a distinctive, wavy fibre orientation. The subtle grain of the sycamore features fine, light brown lines. The fine-pored wood symbolises modesty, openness, and homogeneity that appears puristic.

Base plate surface recommendation: 

For the light wood we especially recommend surfaces that have a silver, green, or blue tint, such as the FE-02, FE-03, AL-01, or AL-02. The colour contrast provides the table with a special expressiveness.


elegant and resistant

Acacia wood with its elegant grain is extremely hard and resistant to all weather conditions. Above all, the classic look of the wood convinces with its natural tone and smooth surface while the surface texture emphasises sophisticated accents. Acacia is the alternative to tropical timber and your active contribution to environmental protection, since long hauls are avoided. The steamed wood is varnished with an oil impregnation and thus obtains a reddish, dark appearance. Furniture made of acacia wood nestles harmoniously within its surroundings.

Base plate surface recommendation:

The copper surfaces of CU-01, CU-03, CU-06 as well as the brass surfaces MS-02 and MS-03 perfectly underline the natural red shade of acacia and give the Juristic Table a homogeneous appearance.


homogeneous and delicate

Copper beech is the most common domestic tree and one of our most important commercial timbers. The very bright, almost whitish beechwood obtains its beautiful, smooth, reddish-brown colouring through steaming or drying. With regular exposure to sunlight, the colour darkens slightly. Beechwood is very solid and heavy and can be processed particularly well due to its structure. Its appearance is unobtrusive, sober and clear, yet warm, familiar, and natural.

Base plate surface recommendation:

For the light wood we especially recommend surfaces that have a silver, green, or blue tint, such as the FE-02, FE-03, AL-01, or AL-02. The colour contrast provides the table with a special expressiveness.

Beechwood, gold-painted

excusive and impressive

The solid and heavy beechwood can be processed particularly well due to its structure. Thanks to the smooth gold finish, the wood section is exclusive and noble. The warm golden hue radiates self-confidence and a sense of style, and matches almost all colour variations.

Base plate surface recommendation:

Basically, gold is versatile and always appears extravagant. However, we recommend the brass surfaces MS-02 and MS-03 as well as the copper surfaces CU-01, CU-03, and CU-06, mainly because these surfaces harmonise particularly well with and underline the exclusivity of the table.

Beechwood, silver-painted

refreshingly vivid

Thanks to its solid structure, the heavy beechwood can be processed particularly well. The fresh-looking silver paint finish gives a modern look to the wood section. Silver is the colour of courtesy and also stands for wisdom, independence, and security.

Base plate surface recommendation:

The contrast of cold and warm tones gives strength and inspiration. Therefore, we recommend especially the MS-01 and MS-02 brass surfaces as well as the copper surfaces CU-03 and CU-06.

Beechwood, black-painted

classic and shiny

The solid and heavy beechwood can be processed particularly well due to its structure. Thanks to the smooth black finish, this wood section matches every interior style and is very versatile.

Base plate surface recommendation:

Basically, everything can be combined with black. We recommend especially brass and copper tones such as MS-01, MS-02, MS-03, CU-03, and CU-06 since they contain dark colour pigments that harmonise especially well and give the table an exclusive look.

Larch wood

naturally charming

Larch is a typical tree of the mountains and is among the heaviest and most solid of European coniferous timbers. Larch wood has very good strength values. In addition, it is extremely tough with low swelling and shrinking. The colour varies vastly between light brown to intense reddish brown and darkens deeply.

Base plate surface recommendation:

This wood fits especially well to surfaces that also have a shade of red, such as the copper surfaces of CU-01, CU 03, and CU-06. If you want something of high contrast, silver tone, stainless steel or aluminium surfaces such as FE-03 and AL-02 would be exactly the right thing.


exclusive and valuable

The wood of the Persian walnut is a popular fine wood, the use of which is limited to high quality items. The heartwood has a grey-white to reddish-white sapwood and a dark-coloured core. The colour variations are often dependent on the location, the climate, and soil conditions. Furniture made out of walnut radiates much warmth due to its colour stripes. The noble wood stands for high quality and exclusivity.

Base plate surface recommendation:

For this warm wood we recommend surfaces that also convey warmth, such as the copper tones CU-01, CU-03, and CU-06. The slightly darker brass surfaces MS-02 and MS-03 give a particularly elegant touch to walnut wood.


noble and with strong character

Both in the past and in the present, cherrywood represents an important noble wood in cabinetry. Extremely smooth surfaces can be achieved due to the homogeneous structure of the medium-heavy wood. The golden-reddish brown wood symbolises sensual power, cosiness, and soft warmth. Steaming can even achieve a mahogany-like hue. When exposed to light, the wood may darken from a light golden-brown to a reddish-brown.

Base plate surface recommendation:

The wood from the cherry tree is very adaptable. Therefore cool and warm surfaces are both suitable. The stainless steel and aluminium surfaces lend something fresh, whereas the warm brass and copper tones are homogeneous to the wood.


all base plate surfaces at a glance

The base plate of the Juristic Table is made out of powder-coated steel and hence is particularly stable. You now have the option to select and fit a plate from the basic materials of stainless steel, aluminium, brass, or copper according to your preferences of interior design. Since the surface plate is slightly larger in circumference than the base plate, it appears as though the designer table is floating.

Aluminium with satin finish: aluminium in its pure satined form is an industrial classic. Especially during heavy stress, it receives a multi-layered and colourful, precious patina, which appears with a strong character and is true to form.

Etched aluminium: by etching the aluminium surface, an almost flower-shaped efflorescence emerges. These give the workpiece a unique and vivid form. The silver-grey hue varies in many grades and gives the metal an almost warm patina.



Copper with satin finish: copper is characterised mainly by its high durability and elegance. Fascinating natural surfaces made out of copper and copper alloys allow multiple design variations and impress with their lively character, since in the course of their ever-changing weathering, patina characterises the appearance of an object.

Burnished copper: in a multi-step, manual working process, a noble shade of blueing is awarded to the copper that had previously received a satin finish. At first, this appears reddish brown; in the right light, however, the warm coppery hue of the metal is maintained.



Heat-treated copper: through multiple heat treatments of copper, an abstract and versatile surface colour is created, which gives the metal an almost marble-like feel.



Patinated stainless steel: stainless steel with patina, with its unique silver-black colouring adds an artisanal touch to the industrial-looking metal. The patina itself is produced through a very complex process, which is done in several steps and varies in colour and structure through the flow of abstract slides.



Burnished stainless steel: this stainless steel version with a brushed finish can be combined in a versatile manner. It is a very sturdy and durable metal surface, which retains its silver colour for a very long time.

Brass with a satin finish: brass is one of the most known copper alloys. The alloy of copper and zinc impresses with its refined gold colouring and brownish colour patina. The distinctive properties of brass are its great strength and resistance to corrosion.



Patinated brass: this is another manually generated surface treatment that gives the brass a vivid, yet graceful tone through its multi-coloured marbling and the abstract colour grades.



Burnished brass: satined brass is awarded a noble shade of blueing through a multi-stage process of manual work. First, the blueing appears beige-brownish; in the right light, however, one recognises that the deep golden hue of the metal is preserved




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Theodor Storm