The frame of the Nomos table is conceived as a rigid, zoomorphic skeleton. Like the other elements in the Nomos system, the table can be adapted to satisfy wide range of needs, at home and in the office.
The Nomos table differs from the other components of the Nomos system for the size of its tubular frame (25 mm instead of 30 mm), for the angled shape of its base and for the fact that its top is supported not by the usual structure but by dedicated castings. The top rests on suckers in the glass version and is screwed to the aluminium supports in wood top versions.The Nomos table can be assembled in two heights, 72 cm and 65 cm, simply by including or excluding spacers between the top and the supports.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the partnership between the manufacturer and Foster, a special edition of the Nomos table was produced in 2013 with a range of new tops including cement, solid black walnut , black marquina marble and smoked glass.