Jean Prouve, 1949
Prouve designed the Gueridon Table, with its particularly impressive structural clarity, for the University of Paris. This wooden table proves that modern tables do not have to be made of steel and glass and offers a variation on Prouve's standard formal language, with its architectural overtones, by using a natural material.
Legs solid oak, tubular steel connection, black powder coated, table top oak veneer or hard surface (HPL) with oak veneer edge, natural wood look lacquer.
Base Width: 71.0cm