Morso is a table with simple workmanship, which can be assembled completely by hand, without the use of tools. The concept is inspired by traditional carpentry: the starting point is the classic carpenter's bench. The legs are attached to the top with a countersunk dovetail joint, a reinterpretation of a traditional joint: this allows the binding properties of the joint to be maintained while facilitating assembly. Two large screw clamps run horizontally through the legs and the top, and close together to hold all the parts in place. For this piece, the designer chose the American cherry.