Established in 1872 in Copenhagen, Fritz Hansen has since come to epitomize the mid-century Danish Modern aesthetic. Blending craftsmanship with innovation, Fritz Hansen is particularly well-noted for their laminated and molded wood veneer furniture. Pieces from Vico Magistretti, Piero Lissoni and, especially, Arne Jacobsen have become icons of modern furniture design.
The Plano Table is available with the following:
- Top in white laminate
- Base of square-profiled steel with molded zinc edges
- Cylindrical steel tube legs, can be mounted without tools
- Steel feet with hidden synthetic ferrules
- Chrome finish
- Linking devices available ***(please call Customer service)***
- Made in Denmark
- Designed by Pelikan Design, 2000
Size: 47.2 Inch, 55.1 Inch, 63 Inch, 78.7 Inch
Top Material: Laminate
- 47.2 inch Option Item Height 28.3" Width 47.2" Depth 31.5":
- 55.1 inch Option Item Height 28.3" Width 55.1" Depth 31.5":
- 63 inch Option Item Height 28.3" Width 63" Depth 31.5":
- 78.7 inch Option Item Height 28.3" Width 78.7" Depth 39.4":
Manufacturer IDs: view
P932 Glass, P932 Laminate, P933 Glass, P933 Laminate, P934 Glass, P934 Laminate, P946 Glass, P946 Laminate
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