Gubi was founded in 1967 by Jacob and Sebastian’s parents, Gubi and Lisbeth Olsen. They initially focused on producing Olsen’s furniture designs and selling textiles to the retail sector. Eager to make their own mark, the sons opened a concept store and introduced fashion into the equation. In fact, they were amongst the first to import Prada and Helmut Lang to Denmark, returning their focus back to the family business in 2001.Read More
Since then, Gubi has transposed the original creative vision into a contemporary context, putting them on the map as a global player on the design scene. In an ever-changing international landscape, it takes an enormous amount of drive and determination to keep chasing icons. It’s that type of endless energy, enthusiasm and entrepreneurial spirit which has catapulted Gubi into an iconic status all its own.
Chasing forgotten icons has led Gubi to the re-launch of designs from the 30’s, 40’s, 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. Originally created by artists, sculptors, designers and architects from France, Italy, England, Spain, Sweden, Denmark, Hungary, Germany, Japan and elsewhere. Talented professionals whose work has been featured at MoMA in New York, Victoria & Albert Museum, London’s Design Museum, the National Museum in Stockholm and the Arktikum Museum in Finland, among others. Each piece is exquisite in its own right with a story to tell, capturing a fleeting moment in history which remains relevant to this day. A perfect example is Bestlite, a series of Bauhaus-influenced lamps first produced in 1930 by British designer Robert Dudley Best. (Winston Churchill is one of several highly esteemed owners.) We spotted a Bestlite lamp in 1989 and resurrected this beloved icon of last century as part of a stunning 13-piece collection re-launched worldwide.
With TS Collection, the design duo GamFratesi has proven that a strong design idea can hold a wealth of development possibilities. GUBI is proud to present its latest additions - the TS Column Bar Table, Dining Table and Lounge Table.
The TS Column Table is with its characteristic slender metal legs and crossing detailing, unified to a centred column, a decorative table specifically designed for the outstanding restaurant Flora Danica at Maison du Danemark in Paris. As this magnificent space, the table represents Scandinavian minimalism with global gracefulness. The TS Column Table sets the frames for intimate dining, socialisation and moody atmosphere where focus is put on authentic material choices and well-performed craftsmanship.
Bar height: 1050 mm
Bar width: 600 or 800 mm
Table top thickness: 20 mm
Leg diameter: 30 mm
Green Marble table top
White Marble table top
Black Marble table top