Unique in its many possible combination and use options, the Eiermann Table is a real classic of furniture design. Egon Eiermann designed the original table frame with its slanted crossbars in 1953.
The CH327 is a solid wood dining table. The table top is made from uninterrupted sections of solid wood running the entire length of the table.
The coffee table PK61 is almost as elementary and minimalistic as it gets from the hand of Poul Kjærholm. Despite the extreme distillation of the structure into a set of identical elements, the square and aesthetic design has the power of a manifesto and shows Kjærholm’s development from industrial designer to furniture architect.
An enamelled metal top is supported by three steel rods. A rotating joint in self-lubricating material to protect the enamel moves the third leg so that the table may be folded flat.
The table consists of three parts which Wegner has joined together in an elegant and flexible solution; two crossed, load-bearing wooden elements and a simple unattached round wooden plate. The table can easily be folded and packed away.