pk52a student desk

$3,795.00
Question? 404-605-0196
SKU
furn_145_112307
Designed by: poul kjærholm
Manufactured By: carl hansen & son

Student Desk
55.7" W, 33.5" D28.3" H

Drawer Module
15.7" W, 33.5" D, 3.5" H

Drawer Module
$ 950
Student Desk
55.7" W, 33.5" D28.3" H

Drawer Module
15.7" W, 33.5" D, 3.5" H
Designed by: poul kjærholm
Manufactured By: carl hansen & son

Student Desk
55.7" W, 33.5" D28.3" H

Drawer Module
15.7" W, 33.5" D, 3.5" H

Drawer Module
$ 950
Poul Kjærholm's thoughtfully crafted tables, designed for the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1955, will now be part of the Carl Hansen & Søn collection. The designs, which have a clean, light expression, helped establish the talented furniture designer, who went on to become a pioneer of Danish design. The Academy needed a number of tables for lecturers and students, and Kjærholm, who had recently joined the academic staff, designed a Professor Desk made of Oregon pine with a black-lacquered steel frame and a Student Desk made of black-stained oak with a gray-lacquered steel frame. It was through this process that Poul Kjærholm perfected the synthesis between craftsmanship and industrial design, drawing on his experience in both cabinetmaking and furniture design to develop his highly recognizable signature style. Both tables are available with Oregon pine or oak veneer tabletops, with an oiled, lacquered or black-painted surface, and a black- or gray-lacquered steel frame. The optional drawer is available in oiled, lacquered or black-painted oak. Manufactured by Carl Hansen & Son.

Designed in 1955.
Designed by: poul kjærholm
Manufactured By: carl hansen & son

Student Desk
55.7" W, 33.5" D28.3" H

Drawer Module
15.7" W, 33.5" D, 3.5" H

Drawer Module
$ 950
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Carl Hansen and Son products have been setting the standard for new  concepts in furniture design since the early 1900s, incorporating strong  influences from Danish architect Frits Henningsen through the 1940s, followed  by Hans J. Wegner from the 1950s, beginning with the legendary Wishbone Chair  and others. Today, designs from the 1930s through the 21st century  blend into a light, airy ethos, many featuring streamlined frames and neutral  colors that reference early Danish modern, like the MK99200 Folding Chair from  1932, or the CH162 Sofa from 1965. Wegner’s Shell Chair, introduced in 1963, proved  ahead of its time, and was only fully appreciated in 1998 when it was  reintroduced as a revived classic. Look for the newest innovations and reissued  classics in Switch Modern’s extensive collection of Carl Hansen and Son products.