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  • Fritz Hansen Super - Elliptical Tables
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    Fritz Hansen Super - Elliptical Tables
    The Super - Elliptical Tables were designed by the three top designers Piet Hein, Bruno Mathsson and Arne Jacobsen. In 1968 Dane Piet Hein designed the tables for Fritz Hansen. The Super - Elliptical Tables are only a small part of the spectacular tables collection. They convince with their soft lines and simple-elegant appearance. The whole collection covers a large range of sizes, forms and materials, and it therefore fits ideally in cafeterias, seminar and conference rooms, but also for your own house. The Super-Elliptical Tables are also available in other editions: The tables can be ordered in different measurements, base versions, chromed or satin chromed, and in different materials. There are also super-circular, extendable super- elliptical, round, quadratic or rectangular tables by Fritz Hansen.
  • Fritz Hansen - Essay Table
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    Fritz Hansen - Essay Table
    Essay is an exclusive table series in massiv wood by Cecilie Manz. The Essay Table sets apart from light design. Its plain design and simple shape are a perfect example for the design-point of view of the Danish cretor. The table includes 3 elements - a table plate and two base parts - which build one plain and natural construction, which give the table an elegant appearance and offer a flexible functionality. So Essay can be used as dining table and as work table. The here offered version is made of oak wood. Through the minted intuiton or functionality and quality is obviously in the cooperation work between Cecilie Manz and Fritz Hansen. Their products are already shown all over the world, and can also be seen in the constant exhibition of the MoMA and Dansk Design Center (Danish Design Center). Essay is also avialable in a larger version and also with more wood versions. The frame is also available with a wood laquer. You can also order black extension plates out of linoleum for both table ends.
  • Fritz Hansen Pedestal Base Circular Top Table
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    Fritz Hansen Pedestal Base Circular Top Table
    Design Piet Hein/Bruno Mathsson/Arne Jacobsen, 1968. Steel, synthetic material, wood veneer. Made in Denmark by Fritz Hansen. The tables collection was designed by Danish Piet Hein with contributions to the base design by Bruno Mathsson and Arne Jacobsen. This collection of tables comes in many variations of material, shapes and sizes, making it ideal for a variety of spaces including the home. This series includes the superellipse, supercircular, circular, square and rectangular tables. The bases may be span legs, shaker base, 4 or 6-star pedestal. The top is white, grey or black laminated synthetic material, black linoleum or natural beech or walnut veneer. The table tops consist of laminated chipboard with bevelled edge profiles. All veneer tops are provided with a lacquer coating & all laminate tops are offered with an aluminum edge. The base has a satin polished aluminum foot and a satin chromed steel pedestal. low: 18.5" h | 29.5" dia. (coffee table height) medium: 29.5" dia. | 27.6" h or 28.3" h (standard height) tall: 42.5" h | 29.5" dia.
  • Fritz Hansen Plano Dining Table: X-Large
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    Fritz Hansen Plano Dining Table: X-Large
    Design Pelikan design, 2000. Steel legs, synthetic material or glass tops. Made in Denmark by Fritz Hansen. The Plano series of tables feature an ultra-thin, almost ?"floating" tabletop. The base is made of square-profiled steel with molded zinc edges. The legs are cylindrical steel tubes which are height adjustable and mount & dismantle without tools. An elegant series offered in a variety of shapes, sizes and finish options. Pelikan Design is partnered by Niels Gammelgaard and Lars Mathiesen. Both are architects specializing in industrial design. They favor functional and unpretentious idioms that are minimalist, yet expressive. An impressive design duo, Pelikan design works very broadly in many different areas without losing sight of the issue. The Plano series is available with a slim table top in glass with a white-lacquered underside or white synthetic laminate. The table comes with a square-profiled frame and cylindrical legs, both available in satin or mirror chromed steel. rectangular dining table sizes: small: 47.2" L | 31.5" w | 28.3" h. medium: 55.1" L | 31.5" w | 28.3" h. large: 63" L | 31.5" w | 28.3" h. extra large: 78.7" L | 39.4" w | 28.3" h.
  • Fritz Hansen Square Span-Leg Table 55.1" Top
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    Fritz Hansen Square Span-Leg Table 55.1" Top
    Design Piet Hein/Bruno Mathsson/Arne Jacobsen, 1968. Steel, synthetic material, wood veneer. Made in Denmark by Fritz Hansen. The tables collection was designed by Danish Piet Hein with contributions to the base design by Bruno Mathsson and Arne Jacobsen. This collection of tables comes in many variations of material, shapes and sizes, making it ideal for a variety of spaces including the home. This series includes the superellipse, supercircular, circular, square and rectangular tables. The bases may be span legs, shaker base, 4 or 6-star pedestal. The top is white, grey or black laminated synthetic material, black linoleum or natural beech or walnut veneer. The table tops consist of laminated chipboard with bevelled edge profiles. All veneer tops are provided with a lacquer coating & all laminate tops are offered with an aluminum edge. The base has a satin polished aluminum foot and a satin chromed steel pedestal. low: 27.6" h | 55.1" L | 55.1" w. medium: 55.1" L | 55.1" w | 27.6" h or 28.
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