House of Finn Juhl- Produzione Finn Juhl – Denmark-

This table was designed in 1953 by Danish architect Finn Jhul.

It is still produced today in three different wood species: teak, oak and walnut.

The top is available, as in the original version, in black linolium or all in wood.

The base is in matt black iron, with wooden details.

You can have it either as a table (without drawers) or, adding the drawer module, (in warm tones of yellow, orange / and in cold tones of blue, light blue).

At the beginning it was produced by Bovirke, but today it is produced by the Danish company One Collection, which has the exclusive one.

Looking at this desk you can see how the drawer module is “suspended”…it almost seems to float, being only hung, through special hooks, to the structure.

This is one of the hallmarks of Finn Juhl’s work, who loved to separate the elements to create lightness.


Sidebord and tray unit.

Cabinet with drawers and sliding doors .

Made of walnut, teak, oak and Oregon pine.

It can be finished in warm tones of orange or blue.

The version in the photo is in teak and blue tones.

Designer: Finn Juhl .

Product : One collection , Denmark.

Project from 1955 .

Measurements: 176,5 x 46,7 x H.89,5


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