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Jeppe Utzon Dining Table #1

The JEPPE UTZON TABLE #1 balances a sublime contrast between the naked wooden material and the selected crafted details. With sizes up to 300 cm, the table is robust enough to serve a natural gathering point in both meeting rooms and dining halls, yet detailed enough to stand out.

 

JEPPE UTZON TABLE #1 is a solid table made as a “sandwich construction”, which significantly minimizes natural movements compared to other solid tables. In the new material “BauBuche”, the construction is a normal solid wood construction.

 

Beneath the table is a discrete steel cable, which can be adjusted with an ordinary wrench to achieve stability and prevent deflection over the years.

 

Jeppe Utzon has achieved international acclaim as an architect and designer, and the cross-creative DNA comes from no stranger. Jeppe Utzon’s grandfather was a famed Danish architect Jørn Utzon – the architect and designer of the Sydney Opera House. As his grandfather, Jeppe Utzon allows detail and totality to work together in a unified expression that has genuine global appeal, and this design philosophy is truly embodied in JEPPE UTZON TABLE #1.

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Dimensions:
W 95/100 cm
L 160-300 cm
H 72 cm

Tabel top:
3 cm

 

Material:
Wild oak, wild walnut or BauBuche.

 

Suface treatment:
Oil or whiteoil

 

Legs:
Solid wood

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Designer

jeppe utzon

Jeppe Utzon

DENMARK

Grandson of Jørn Utzon, the original designer of the Sydney Opera House, Jeppe Utzon is a third generation architect – and fourth generation designer. He runs a design studio in an old horse stable in the historic center of Copenhagen. His projects are done for clients in Europe, Africa, Asia, and Latin America – and are as diverse as private luxury homes in Denmark, eco holiday resorts in Nicaragua, iconic commercial buildings in Shanghai, and floating social housing in Bolivia. As a designer his career was kick-started by his multiple award winning Jeppe Utzon BBQ for Electrolux. Since then his furniture and product design work has grown considerably and now accounts for half of his studios work.

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