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Table — Square , Dan Svarth , A Petersen

$4,999 CAD

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The brief for architect Dan Svarth was to create a table large enough to seat the big family. Long enough that smaller families can use one end of the table for a shared meal and the other end for work. Yet simultaneously narrow enough that people can sit close to each other, can reach everything and can easily move around the table in the living room.

The long table is an obvious table type, but also one that already exists in a wide variety of designs. To be meaningful, a new design therefore has to build on past solutions – with sophistication and the ambition of offering some improvement.

The result was a tabletop that almost seems to float in the air. With a thinly milled elegant edge that curves inwards and gets thicker in the middle. With sturdy legs placed at a comfortable distance from the table’s edge, so that they do not get in the way of people’s legs and upset the seating plan, and which can be unscrewed to allow for flat-packing and easy transportation. Or for easy disassembly and storage if the table is only brought out for special occasions.

Adding on to the long table, Dan Svarth has made a square version as well. For the smaller space, for the office, for the need of four seatings around the dining table.

The table is produced in A. Petersen’s workshop on Kløvermarksvej.

  • Dan Svarth, Denmark
  • Solid Mahogany frame, Mahogany Veneer top
  • Made in Denmark
  • Length 120cm / 47.25"
  • Width 120cm / 47.25"
  • Height 72cm / 28.35"

Dan Svarth

Copenhagen, Denmark

Dan Svarth started as a joiner in the Bornholms Møbelfabrik in 1962 and he is educated both from Kunsthåndværkerskolens Furniture Department and The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts’s School of Architecture. At the latter, he worked from 1972 as a teacher and conducted research. It was also in 1972 Dan started as an employee with Poul Kjærholm’s design studio and he worked here up until Kjærholms death in 1980.

Dan Svarth has designed furniture, as well as researched and written about historical furniture. He is also a skilled model builder and he participates in a wide range of exhibitions.

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A Petersen

Copenhagen, Denmark

Furniture from A. Petersen is crafted with the intention to renew the Danish design tradition and carry it into the 21st century. Not in a grand or rapid way, for the sake of scale or tempo. But in a measured, serious way, for the sake of our current time as well as posterity, because furniture should last a lifetime, and hopefully even longer. A good piece of furniture only becomes more beautiful through time and use – a life lived leaves its mark in the materials.

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