by Ole Schjøll
Frame in stainless steel or electrolytic polished stainless steel
Turnable topplate in black linoleum and white laminate
Edge in ash wood
Ø145 x H72 cm.
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Once upon a time architect Ole Schjøll designed a dining table for himself. A table where the circle and cube meet and are united in the form of a round table top, placed on a square steel-wire base. Over the years many wonderful meals were enjoyed and numerous good conversations were held around Ole’s dining table.
One day Ole presented us with a black and white photo of his former dining room. In the middle of the picture was the dining table, which was designed with a star-shaped wire chassis unmistakably in the family with Wire table – his coffee table – which was the first furniture A. Petersen put into production. After much consideration and experimenting with materials, the Dining table was also a reality and is now part of the AP Series.
The frame is made of stainless steelwire, produced and bended by FK Trådindustri and subsequently welded together by blacksmith Mikkel Kjærholm. The frame is available in stainless steel as well as in electrolyte-polished stainless steel. Gribskov Inventar Snedkeri has manufactured the reversible table top and the two sides are a combination of black linoleum and white laminate. The edge of the table is in natural light ash, which gives the table a warmth against the simple and cool steel wire.
With a diameter of 145 cm. the round table easily makes room for the whole family of three, four or five – but here is also space for guests, as you can fit in eight people sitting around the table.