The new version of the table, originally designed in 2013, features a solid hardwood tabletop supported by two square cast-aluminium frames.
Each frame measures 70 centimetres by 70 centimetres, with the name of the product deriving from the dimensions.
"The 70/70 table is a study in geometric forms identifying the dimensions for a well-balanced table," said Gabriella Gustafson & Mattias Ståhlbom, co-founders of Stockholm architecture and design studio TAF.
"It has an almost anonymous expression but with careful detailing. The table is based upon two cast aluminium squared frames with the dimensions 70 x 70 centimetres."
The table comes in four different sizes and various frame colours. The solid top features chamfered edges on the underside.
"The simple Scandinavian aesthetics balanced with the warmth from the layered wood adds personality to the table with multiple functions, from dining table to home office," the designers added.