One of Denmark's most respected architects, Arne Jacobsen has become synonymous with global modernism. His precise yet expressive aesthetic still serves as inspiration for contemporary designers, and his furniture designs, most created in connection with specific architectural projects, continue to excite both in Denmark and abroad. While architecture was Jacobsen’s primary focus, he also made lighting, textiles, furniture and industrial designs, approaching all projects with the same perfectionism that defined his career.
Created in 1952 for the American-Scandinavian Foundation’s New York office, Arne Jacobsen’s elegant AJ52 Society Table is a fluid fusion of Bauhaus, functionalism and industrial design.
The desk is made of solid wood, veneer, and steel. The tabletop is covered with fine-structured leather, the drawer unit combines wood and veneer. Optional lamp module not certified for Ontario.
Available in a selection of walnut and oak finishes.
Top available in black or brown leather.