In the years ???? 1941 and 1942 ????, the studies of Jean Prouvé they conceived and carried out various interior design projects for the chemical company Solvay. Among his numerous projects of the time there is also a wooden table which is an emblem of Prouvé's work: the table Table Solvay Vitra.
The need for statics and the course of forces are clearly reflected in its design details, similarly to the later EM Table Vitra which differs from the Table Solvay Vitra for its metal legs.
When the Table Solvay Vitra was created during World War II, there was a shortage of metals and the legs were therefore made of wood. The solid woods with an oil finish give the Table Solvay Vitra a refined touch of warmth that compensates for the coldness of the original design.
Presented at furniture exhibition 2013 and distribution from October, the table Table Solvay will join the already known EM Table so that complete its range.
? The table is composed of a top in solid oiled; natural oak or hickory smoked; base: combined with the top, made of solid wood oiled in natural oak or hickory smoked; and cross tubular steel powder coated.
Available in different sizes up to a length of well 260cm .. Read more, click here.