Terra Coffee Table

A Paragon of Scandinavian Luxury

Exquisite detailing; Each Piece is Unique


Terra, meaning earth in Italian. During a visit to an Italian Terrazzo factory, Designer Simon Legald fell head over heels for the characteristic patterning of terrazzo sheets. These were used as the exquisite table tops of the Terra Coffee tables and naturally, no two tables are alike. Together with slim and delicate steel legs, each Terra Coffee table boasts an expression that is rustic and elegant.

Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, the Terra Coffee Table is as durable as they come. They are available in two different sizes which, when placed together, create a vision that you can’t help but steer your gaze towards.


The Terra Coffee Table is an undeniable elegant beauty. Coupled with the graceful Era Lounge Chair, a chair sporting curved edges that offer a comfortable seat, we promise hours of luxurious relaxation and comfort.


Normann Copenhagen

Normann Copenhagen is a Danish luxury furniture design company dedicated to designing unique and interesting furniture pieces. Since its establishment in 1999, the brand has since manufactured many award-winning products. They are known for pushing boundaries with their unconventional yet practical furniture designs.


Safety & Warranty Information

Normann Copenhagen offers a 2 year warranty on all their products. This warranty includes material and manufacturing defects.


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L 40cm x D 40cm x H 42cm
L 55cm x D 55cm x H 36cm


Table Top: Terazzo (Beige, Grey, Blue, Green)
Frame: Lacquered Steel



Danish designer Simon Legald dedicates himself in creating both small and large-scale products that are meant to be both functional and visually pleasing. He personally favours a more simplistic approach and highlights the necessities in his creations rather than masking them in superfluous decorative details.