- W: 250 cm
- D: 160 cm
- H: 75 cm
Materials: Maple and teak
Quantity available: 1
Ref. no: 3054
Designed in 1936, this example made in 1941
Labeled and stamped by cabinetmaker Karl Mathsson
Literature: Dag Widman, Karin Winter & Nina Stritzler-Levine, ’Bruno Mathsson’, Bokförlaget Arena 2006, pp. 24-25
Desk with drawer section, which can be placed in both sides of table.
The drawer section can be removed and the table used as dining table.
Two additional leaves (total length 250 cm).
A unique table designed c. 1951 for Arne Jacobsen’s private residence in Søholm
The table worked as a prototype for the model that later went into production for Fritz Hansen.
Provenance: The family of Arne Jacobsen
Literature: Carsten Thau & Kjeld Vindum ‘Arne Jacobsen’, 2001, Danish Architectural Press, p. 345 for the exact table
2 additional leaves of 49 & 68 cm
Designed in 1967 for the library at the Danish Institute of Science and Art in Rome.
Literature: Arne Karlsen, Danish Furniture Design in the 20th Century, Christian Ejlers forlag, Vol. 2 pp. 36-37
Designed in 1958. Presented at the Copenhagen Cabinet-makers’ Guild Exhibition the same year.
Literature: Grete Jalk, ’40 Years of Danish Furniture Design – The Copenhagen Cabinet-makers’ Guild Exhibitions’. Volume 4, pp. 66-67
Each leaf 62 cm, total width 248 cm