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Eye Coffee Table - Ash

  • Eye Coffee Table  Ash image.
  • Eye Coffee Table  Ash image.
  • Eye Coffee Table  Ash image.
  • Eye Coffee Table  Ash image.

Eye Coffee Table - Ash

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Organic Curves

This eye-shaped, three-legged coffee table was originally designed to match the 46 Sofa, designed Circa 1940
The shape of the table fits perfectly with the curve of the sofa, and hence creating a design unity between the two pieces.
This style of the table is availabe as a stand alone piece or nest of tables, 2 or 3 collectively.

Eye Coffee Table
Eye Coffee Table

Danish Classic Design

The small Eye Coffee table with its unique characteristic and organic eye-shape is also a perfect match with the Poet Sofa and fits almost any design style - particularly as a side table for a lamp, a vase of flowers or collection of books.

The Eye Table, with the soft curves, is available in various combinations. The table is manufactured in Ash and Walnut and comes with a tabletop in veneer Ash / Walnut or high white laminate.


Eye Coffee Table
  • Frame: Solid Ash
  • Top: Veneer Ash, White Laminate
  • Finish: Natural Matt Oil 
  • Warranty: 5 Years
  • Assembly: Fully
  • Instructions: N/A
  • Clean: Dust /  Spot Clean / Oil
  • Style: Classic Danish Favourite
  • Dimension 1: Width 96 cm,  Depth 56 cm, Height 35 cm
  • Packing Dimension: Width 99 cm, Depth 59 cm, Height 38 cm
  • CBM: 0.222 Product Weight: 10 kg
Inspired By

Finn Juhl

Most known for his furniture design, Finn Juhl was a Danish architect, interior and industrial designer. Together with fellow Danes Arne Jacobsen, Hans Wegner, Borge Mogensen and Poul Kjaerholm, Finn Juhl introduces Danish modern to midcentury America. His interest for making furniture began in 1930s when his father disapproved of his desire to be an art historian. Although trained in architecture, it was his modern furniture designs that made him an international name. His earliest works, designed in the late 1930s, are perhaps his most idiosyncratic yet one critic said it looked like a "tired walrus." But after many attempt, at age 39, Juhl made his U.S. debut in 1951 at the Good Design exhibit in Chicago and at MoMA in New York. He is most famous today for his iconic furniture designs including the Chieftan Armchair and the 108 Dining Chair which are now style by Mobelaris

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