Arne Jacobsen designed the elegant AJ52 Society Table for the American-Scandinavian Foundation's new office in New York in 1952. Since then, this uncompromisingly modern desk has become a favorite of discerning design enthusiasts.
The desk is made of solid wood, veneer and steel and the tabletop is covered with fine-structured leather that opens at the corners to expose the legs. The wooden shelf has two compartments with glass sides and the integrated lamp is made in brushed stainless-steel. Attached with four metal tubes, the drawer unit appears suspended beneath the table, adding to the overall impression of lightness. The elements create a sophisticated, modern and elegant work desk.
The AJ52 Society Table is available in two sizes and the six-drawer unit can be mounted on either side of the desk. The Lamp module is sold separately.