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The Ross Coffee Table | Finn Juhl | 1948

The Ross Coffee Table | Finn Juhl | 1948

The Ross Coffee Table was particularly unconventional at the time it was designed, however today the design is extremely modern with its delicate steel frame, organically shaped top and steel inlay with a built-in vase. The table is manufactured with a stainless steel frame and a wooden tabletop in walnut with a steel inlay. Furthermore, the table is available with and without a vase in stainless steel.

Wood Type

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Product details

Design:

Finn Juhl

Year:

1948, relaunched in 2000

Materials:

Frame is stainless steel with wooden toes. Tabletop is walnut veneer with a stainless steel inlay. Furthermore, the table is available with and without a vase in stainless steel.

Dimensions:

L: 120 cm | W: 30/60 cm | H: 58 cm

The Ross Coffee Table was particularly unconventional at the time it was designed, however today the design is extremely modern with its delicate steel frame, organically shaped top and steel inlay with a built-in vase. The table is manufactured with a stainless steel frame and a wooden tabletop in walnut with a steel inlay. Furthermore, the table is available with and without a vase in stainless steel.

Product details

Design:

Finn Juhl

Year:

1948, relaunched in 2000

Materials:

Frame is stainless steel with wooden toes. Tabletop is walnut veneer with a stainless steel inlay. Furthermore, the table is available with and without a vase in stainless steel.

Dimensions:

L: 120 cm | W: 30/60 cm | H: 58 cm

About the Ross Coffee Table

An Atypical Design

A large share of Finn Juhl’s designs were commissioned assignments - often as part of his business as a renowned interior designer. The Ross Coffee Table is no different and was the result of a commission in 1948 by a well-known Danish law professor named Alf Ross.

The table is not as famous as some of Finn Juhl’s iconic designs, but despite its simple expression, the coffee table has plenty of character, which is expressed though Finn Juhl’s sense of both detail and functionality.

The Ross Coffee Table in stainless steel and walnut.