danish design - Tables

The Danish architects have for many years designed many fantastic tables. Especially Hans J. Wegner, Finn Juhl, Poul Kjærholm and Arne Jacobsen designed many beautiful tables over time. Find here some of the most famous tables from the Danish architects.

eye-table by finn juhl

Finn Juhl Eye Table

A simple and modern coffee table designed by Finn Juhl. The eyeboard was drawn in 1946 to the FJ4600 sofa. It was during the time when Finn Juhl was very inspired by modern art with Picasso, Henry Moore and the specie Hans Arp, whose wooden sculptures inspired him life through. The coffee table is ideal for the sofa corner. You can use it for a set-up table so you can enjoy a cup of coffee or a good book on the sofa or in your favorite armchair. The table is made in the best matrials, and it only gets more beautiful with the years the tree patinates.

Tray table by hans bølling

Hans Bølling Bakkebord

Elegant side table / tray table designed by architect Hans Bølling. The Bølling Tray side table is a classic in Danish furniture design. The table was designed in 1963 and Hans Bølling gained great recognition in designing this simple and very functional table.

ch337 table by hans j. wegner

Hans J. Wegner CH337 Spisebord

Beautiful wooden table designed by Hans J. Wegner. The CH337 is an elegant and functional table, which with its elliptical table top creates the dynamics and tranquility of the home. CH337 is the perfect dining table, as it invites conversation and enjoyment when everyone is gathered. The table is produced by Carl Hansen & Søn, where the solid and passionate craftsmanship completes Wegner’s design. CH337 is a beautiful and functional piece of furniture that can collect all the ones you care about.

pp85 table by hans j. wegner

Hans J. Wegner PP85 Spisebord

Minimalist table designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1955. PP85 illustrates Wegner’s ability to create a topical and aesthetic design. The table is very simple, Wegner manages to make the sum of the individual components an aesthetic experience out of the ordinary.

super-ellipse table by piet hein and bruno mattson

The Super-Ellipse table is designed by Piet Hein and Bruno Mattson back in 1968. The Super-Ellipse table is today a timeless and classic design icon worldwide. The harmonic oval shape of the dining table is inspired by Piet Hein’s innovative design of a roundabout at Sergels Torg in Stockholm.

PK54 by Poul Kjærholm

In 1963, Poul Kjærholm designed the beautiful, round dining table PK54. The stunning dining table features steel frames and a marble countertop from the mountains of southern Italy. The table has a diameter of 140 cm but can with the additional plates be a full 210 cm.

Close Menu
da_DKDanish en_USEnglish