FDB Møbler Oak Dining Table - C35A Gray

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The table frame is solid wood - the table top is black linoleum with beech edge. Solid wood is a 100% natural material that leads to natural variations between the boards and in a way causes the surface to be completely individual - no two tables are the same. The individual planks of the board are carefully selected and sorted so that color and grain harmonize. Within the individual piece of wood there are of course color or texture deviations, but the selection is based on the desire to create a good overall impression at a competitive price.

FDB Møbler is a Danish company created in the 1940s by 2 young designers. Now, 75 years later, the company is reviving old classics while creating new designs.

Dimensions: L 82 cm W 82 cm H 74 cm
Weight: 32kg
Materials : Structure and base in solid oak - top in linoleum and beech
FSC® certified wood

History of Poul M. Volther (1923-2001)
Furniture architect Poul M. Volther (1923-2001) was one of the leading figures of Danish design. In 1950, after completing his training as a cabinetmaker, he succeeded furniture architect Børge Mogensen as head of the FDB Møbler design studio. Poul M. Volther quickly demonstrated his unique talent for developing high quality furniture for mass production. True to the spirit of FDB Møbler, he was involved in the design of some of the most iconic pieces of furniture of the time, which ended up furnishing many of the new and modern homes built as part of the state development -providence in the decades following World War II. Its simple, functionalist idiom was rooted in craftsmanship. Flexible furniture designed for everyday life. Furniture that was not designed for looks, but for comfort. One of his best-known pieces is the 1956 J46 Swivel Back Chair, which is a graceful new take on a modern kitchen chair. Today, the J46 is the best-selling chair in Denmark, with approximately 850,000 copies sold in total. Poul M. Volther served as design director at FDB Møbler until 1955, after which he continued to design furniture, including the iconic Corona chair. He then became a professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen.


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