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  1. With a beautiful grain and finish, thanks to its solid American Black Walnut construction, the Vintage Extension Table has a classically modern look with a nod to its Danish Modern Design roots. With a stylish simple design characterized by clean proportions and subtle details like thin tapered legs and underside bevels make the Vintage Extension Table an elegant option and extremely versatile with expanding butterfly leaf that conveniently hides in the middle of the table when not in use. Built for Long-lasting durability from high quality materials that are responsibly sourced, the Vintage Extension Table is constructed using traditional carpentry techniques by skilled craftspeople and topped off with a natural finish that is applied and finished by hand giving it a deep lustre and further accenting the slightly marbled look and variations in the color and grain of the Walnut. A unique combination of contemporary clean lines and vintage styling that is built to last, the Vintage Extension Dining Table is a reminder of the good things of yesteryear while still remaining fresh and modern.

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    $2,519.00
  2. The Brooklyn rectangular dining table is made of 100% FSC certified mixed hardwoods, and evokes warmth, organic and earthy presence in your living space.

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    $1,369.00
  3. The Guéridon table, which was produced by the designer and engineer Jean Prouvé for the University of Paris, is a convincing demonstration of clear structural principles. This wooden table is a variation of Prouvé’s architecturally informed design vocabulary in a natural material, proving that modern tables do not have to be made out of steel and glass.

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    Price From: $2,665.00
  4. Like the Antony chair, the Trapèze table was originally developed for the Cité Universitaire in Antony near Paris and numbers among the final pieces created by the French 'constructeur' Jean Prouvé in the area of furniture design. The name of the table refers to the distinctive shape of its paired legs, which are constructed from bent sheet steel. Together with the thick, obliquely canted edges of the table top, they emphasise the solid appearance of the construction.

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    Price From: $6,635.00
  5. The Wood Table has an elegant, understated design: made of solid wood, its construction achieves maximum stability with a minimum of structural elements. Distinguished by its archetypal form and precisely balanced proportions, it appears at first glance as though it has always existed, as if we've seen it countless times before. And yet the Wood Table is indeed unique: its legs, made of solid wood with an oval profile, are horizontally connected by strong aluminium bridges that ensure the table's stability and prevent the frameless solid wood top from warping. The rounded edges on the bottom of the table top are not just a gesture of added comfort. Depending on the viewing angle, they give the table top an especially slender appearance, thus emphasising the elegance of the overall design. This feature is also found on the Wood Bench, making the two pieces an ideal combination for a variety of settings. The Wood Table is 90 cm wide and available in several lengths (200, 220, 240, 260 cm) and different types of wood (natural oak, smoked oak or American walnut).

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    Price From: $5,830.00
  6. Less is more with Synnes Chair, a distinctively modern take on the classic Scandinavian dining chair from one of the region's most exciting young designers, Falke Svatun. The chair came to life when the Norwegian had the idea of inserting a sheet of plywood into the seat, with a curved backrest to maximize sturdiness.

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    Regular Price: $600.00

    Special Price $480.00

  7. Alvar Aalto (1898-1976), one of the founders of Artek, was born in Kuortane, Finland. Alvar Aalto is recognized today as one of the great masters of modern architecture. During his long and prolific career, Aalto's work embraced almost all key public institutions: town halls, theatres, churches, libraries and universities as well as standardized housing and private homes. Aalto's architecture is distinctively Finnish. It is marked by a warm humanity and strong individuality. His buildings derive their special aesthetic character from their dynamic relationship with their natural surroundings, their human scale, superbly executed details, unique treatment of materials and ingenious use of lighting. Like all great art, however, Aalto's architecture transcends national boundaries. His work is not the exclusive property of Finland: it forms a part of a common cultural heritage of European and worldwide significance. Alvar Aalto began designing furnishings as a natural and important extension of his architectural thinking. His first modern piece of furniture was created in 1931-32 for the Tuberculosis Sanatorium in Paimio, which proved to be his international breakthrough. Artek was set up in 1935 to market and sell Alvar and Aino Aalto's furniture, lamps and textiles, particularly on international markets where Artek focused its operations from the initial stages. Through the innovations in form and line that were born in his furniture designs, Alvar Aalto's name has also become important in the history of design. In fact, Aalto first achieved fame in Continental Europe as a furniture designer, and only later on as an architect. His contribution to furniture design was among his foremost achievements in its own right, and it sowed the seed from which many of his architectural ideas sprang forth. Alvar Aalto's furniture and lighting pieces form the basis of the Artek range.

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  8. Alvar Aalto (1898-1976), one of the founders of Artek, was born in Kuortane, Finland. Alvar Aalto is recognized today as one of the great masters of modern architecture. During his long and prolific career, Aalto's work embraced almost all key public institutions: town halls, theatres, churches, libraries and universities as well as standardized housing and private homes. Aalto's architecture is distinctively Finnish. It is marked by a warm humanity and strong individuality. His buildings derive their special aesthetic character from their dynamic relationship with their natural surroundings, their human scale, superbly executed details, unique treatment of materials and ingenious use of lighting. Like all great art, however, Aalto's architecture transcends national boundaries. His work is not the exclusive property of Finland: it forms a part of a common cultural heritage of European and worldwide significance. Alvar Aalto began designing furnishings as a natural and important extension of his architectural thinking. His first modern piece of furniture was created in 1931-32 for the Tuberculosis Sanatorium in Paimio, which proved to be his international breakthrough. Artek was set up in 1935 to market and sell Alvar and Aino Aalto's furniture, lamps and textiles, particularly on international markets where Artek focused its operations from the initial stages. Through the innovations in form and line that were born in his furniture designs, Alvar Aalto's name has also become important in the history of design. In fact, Aalto first achieved fame in Continental Europe as a furniture designer, and only later on as an architect. His contribution to furniture design was among his foremost achievements in its own right, and it sowed the seed from which many of his architectural ideas sprang forth. Alvar Aalto's furniture and lighting pieces form the basis of the Artek range.

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    Price From: $1,810.00
  9. Alvar Aalto (1898-1976), one of the founders of Artek, was born in Kuortane, Finland. Alvar Aalto is recognized today as one of the great masters of modern architecture. During his long and prolific career, Aalto's work embraced almost all key public institutions: town halls, theatres, churches, libraries and universities as well as standardized housing and private homes. Aalto's architecture is distinctively Finnish. It is marked by a warm humanity and strong individuality. His buildings derive their special aesthetic character from their dynamic relationship with their natural surroundings, their human scale, superbly executed details, unique treatment of materials and ingenious use of lighting. Like all great art, however, Aalto's architecture transcends national boundaries. His work is not the exclusive property of Finland: it forms a part of a common cultural heritage of European and worldwide significance. Alvar Aalto began designing furnishings as a natural and important extension of his architectural thinking. His first modern piece of furniture was created in 1931-32 for the Tuberculosis Sanatorium in Paimio, which proved to be his international breakthrough. Artek was set up in 1935 to market and sell Alvar and Aino Aalto's furniture, lamps and textiles, particularly on international markets where Artek focused its operations from the initial stages. Through the innovations in form and line that were born in his furniture designs, Alvar Aalto's name has also become important in the history of design. In fact, Aalto first achieved fame in Continental Europe as a furniture designer, and only later on as an architect. His contribution to furniture design was among his foremost achievements in its own right, and it sowed the seed from which many of his architectural ideas sprang forth. Alvar Aalto's furniture and lighting pieces form the basis of the Artek range.

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    Price From: $3,680.00
  10. Alvar Aalto (1898-1976), one of the founders of Artek, was born in Kuortane, Finland. Alvar Aalto is recognized today as one of the great masters of modern architecture. During his long and prolific career, Aalto's work embraced almost all key public institutions: town halls, theatres, churches, libraries and universities as well as standardized housing and private homes. Aalto's architecture is distinctively Finnish. It is marked by a warm humanity and strong individuality. His buildings derive their special aesthetic character from their dynamic relationship with their natural surroundings, their human scale, superbly executed details, unique treatment of materials and ingenious use of lighting. Like all great art, however, Aalto's architecture transcends national boundaries. His work is not the exclusive property of Finland: it forms a part of a common cultural heritage of European and worldwide significance. Alvar Aalto began designing furnishings as a natural and important extension of his architectural thinking. His first modern piece of furniture was created in 1931-32 for the Tuberculosis Sanatorium in Paimio, which proved to be his international breakthrough. Artek was set up in 1935 to market and sell Alvar and Aino Aalto's furniture, lamps and textiles, particularly on international markets where Artek focused its operations from the initial stages. Through the innovations in form and line that were born in his furniture designs, Alvar Aalto's name has also become important in the history of design. In fact, Aalto first achieved fame in Continental Europe as a furniture designer, and only later on as an architect. His contribution to furniture design was among his foremost achievements in its own right, and it sowed the seed from which many of his architectural ideas sprang forth. Alvar Aalto's furniture and lighting pieces form the basis of the Artek range.

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