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Collection — Tables

pp75 | Stayed Table

Design — Hans J. Wegner, 1982

The pp75 Stayed Table is the result of an arduous design process, in which Wegner sought to maximise both the knee and legroom for those sitting at the table. To accomplish this, Wegner created a beautiful dining table with legs joined in the centre. He used geometric theory to support the solid wood tabletop with as little strain and as much space as possible.

Each leg is supported by steel stays that turn into strong triangular formations resulting in an elegant and strong construction.

As is commonly seen in Wegner’s best works; the pp75 Stayed Table combines practicality with a refined sense of aesthetics. The steel stays not only make the wood construction stand out, but also form the backbone for the table.

The durability of the construction allows the table to be extended by separating it at the middle and adding a wooden leaf in-between the extended parts.

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  • Specifications

    pp75 is available in two standard sizes; 120cm and 140cm and is available with a split top with extensions or with a one piece top.

    We always fit the leaves individually to each table, so any extra leaves must be ordered with the table.

    The leaves for pp75 come solid or veneered.

    Solid wood leaves and main tabletops are made of wood from the same tree.

    Stays and bolts in polished stainless steel.

    Standard extension: 125 cm

    Please note:
    Lead time depends on the current availability of raw materials.

    Longer lead time with ash and/or solid wood leaves.

    Max 2 solid wood leaves per table.

    Veneered leaves differ from the table top in color and structure and will never match the grain and colour nuance of the solid wood table top.

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    Soaptreated

    Oak
    Ash

    White bio oil

    Oak
    Ash

    Clear bio oil

    Oak
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