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PK60 Table

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PK60 Table

*****SHIPS IN 8-12 WEEKS*****

Design Poul Kjaerholm, 1952
Tempered glass, pressure molded veneer
Made in Germany by Fritz Hansen

Conceived at Fritz Hansen in 1952 together with the PK0 A™ chair, Poul Kjærholm’s previously unreleased PK60™ coffee table is a striking tribute to aesthetics and function. Combining talented craftsmanship with innovation, the glass and wood veneer design is a significant piece of mid-century Danish design.

A trained cabinetmaker who completed his studies at the Danish School of Arts and Crafts, Poul Kjærholm had a particular interest in construction materials; especially steel, which he considered a material deserving the artistic respect that was commonly awarded to wood.

Poul Kjærholm initiated a collaboration with furniture manufacturer Ejvind Kold Christensen in 1955, and that collaboration continued for the rest of Kjærholm’s life with the two families remaining close to this very day. 

Two years after the designer’s passing, the Kjærholm trustees entrusted Fritz Hansen with the production and sales of ‘The Kjærholm Collection’– designs developed by Poul Kjærholm from 1951 to 1967. 

Fritz Hansen is honoured to continue production to this day and to distribute Poul Kjærholm’s furniture to architects and private customers around the world. 

Dimensions: 17.3" H | 41.4" Dia

PK60 Table

*****SHIPS IN 8-12 WEEKS*****

Design Poul Kjaerholm, 1952
Tempered glass, pressure molded veneer
Made in Germany by Fritz Hansen

Conceived at Fritz Hansen in 1952 together with the PK0 A™ chair, Poul Kjærholm’s previously unreleased PK60™ coffee table is a striking tribute to aesthetics and function. Combining talented craftsmanship with innovation, the glass and wood veneer design is a significant piece of mid-century Danish design.

A trained cabinetmaker who completed his studies at the Danish School of Arts and Crafts, Poul Kjærholm had a particular interest in construction materials; especially steel, which he considered a material deserving the artistic respect that was commonly awarded to wood.

Poul Kjærholm initiated a collaboration with furniture manufacturer Ejvind Kold Christensen in 1955, and that collaboration continued for the rest of Kjærholm’s life with the two families remaining close to this very day. 

Two years after the designer’s passing, the Kjærholm trustees entrusted Fritz Hansen with the production and sales of ‘The Kjærholm Collection’– designs developed by Poul Kjærholm from 1951 to 1967. 

Fritz Hansen is honoured to continue production to this day and to distribute Poul Kjærholm’s furniture to architects and private customers around the world. 

Dimensions: 17.3" H | 41.4" Dia