Designing an iconic table: NOROCK self-stabilising table bases featured by The Local Project

The team at NOROCK self-stabilising table bases are thrilled to announce our feature in Issue 13 of The Local Project, including an impressive video covering both our origin story and that of our first collaborative table base.

The Local Project is a prestigious publication, known worldwide for its celebration of outstanding design and architecture, as well as its beautiful design-led content both on and offline. In a video produced by The Local Project viewers are taken on a journey through NOROCK’s origin story, our exciting collaboration with renowned design studio Tom Mark Henry, and the selection of our NRxTMH bases for Bobby’s, an exciting new restaurant in Sydney. The video showcases the dedication to quality and innovation that both NOROCK and Tom Mark Henry embody.

The NRxTMH: Where design meets functionality

Our NRxTMH self-stabilising table base, our collaborative limited-release with Tom Mark Henry was launched last year at Milan Design Week. The NRxTMH stands as a testament to our ongoing commitment to form and function. Designed with both style and practicality, this base ensures a stable dining experience, even on uneven surfaces.

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Interviews with NOROCK and Tom Mark Henry

The video features interviews with NOROCK’s CEO and Chair, Claire Spalding, and Tom Mark Henry’s Directors, Cushla McFadden and Jade Nottage. They share insights into the creative process behind the NRXTMH, highlighting its seamless integration into Bobby’s restaurant and the positive impact it has on the dining experience.

NOROCK’s headquarters: A glimpse of the south-west

As an added treat, the video includes stunning drone footage of the breathtaking surroundings of NOROCK’s headquarters in the south-west of Australia. Watch as the camera captures the majestic whales, a reminder of the beauty that inspires us, as well as inspired the collection with Tom Mark Henry.

A testament to excellence

Being featured in The Local Project and the accompanying video is not just a recognition of our products; it’s a celebration of innovation, design, and a dedication to enhancing the dining experience. At NOROCK, we are proud to continue pushing boundaries and setting new standards in the industry.

Join us on the journey

We invite you to watch The Local Project’s video to witness the story behind the NRxTMH self-stabilising table base and its integration into Bobby’s. Explore the creativity, passion, and craftsmanship that define NOROCK and Tom Mark Henry’s collaboration.

Interested in specifying or installing our NRxTMH bases into your next project? We are sure to have a NOROCK partner near you, either email us at or check out our contacts for more information.

NOROCK is backed by over 25 years of mastering self-stabilising technology, offering innovative solutions for the hospitality industry and beyond. With a commitment to quality, functionality, and design, NOROCK continues revolutionising dining experiences worldwide.


Tom Mark Henry, founded in 2014, unites a skilled team in interior architecture and design. Based in Sydney and Brisbane, we create bespoke solutions with industry recognition and a diverse portfolio, driven by our passion for authentic design.

Tom Mark Henry

The Local Project is a leading publication showcasing outstanding design and architecture from around the world. With a focus on creativity and innovation, The Local Project celebrates the work of designers, architects, and visionaries shaping the future of design.


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