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The Bench Table was designed by Finn Juhl for Bovirke in 1953, as a part of series of furniture with a simple metal pipe frames in burnished steel. In the early 1950s Finn Juhl had an international breakthrough in the USA and achieved great fame; especially for his design of the United Nations Trusteeship Council Chamber in New York, but also for his exhibitions and furniture. This stunning piece was part of the large travelling exhibition in North America “Design in Scandinavia”, which came to 22 cities from 1954 to 1957 with a total of approximately 650,000 visitors. Because of its light, elegant and timeless design, the Bench has always been a popular piece of furniture that has achieved extremely high prices at auctions around the world, making it a must have for the home. It is available in teak, oak, walnut and Oregon pine with hand-burnished steel frame and wooden toes.
This piece comes with or without edges in matt polished brass.
And to make it even better, you can have it with a padded, foldable cushion in either leather or wool.
Staffan Tollgard Design Group offers an award-winning architectural interior design service for an international clientele. We work creatively and collaboratively to create bold, contemporary interiors that are eminently liveable.
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