Kai Kristiansen Free-Standing Desk Model '70' in Teak

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Kai Kristiansen, desk model '70', teak, brass, Denmark, designed in 1958

Kai Kristiansen designed a well-balanced desk in teak with expressive grain. On two runners on each side the tapered, triangular shaped legs are holding the rectangular tabletop. Two compartments of drawers are mounted symmetrically under the top. Nice detail are the sculpted handles. The desk is designed to be free-standing. Kristiansen accomplished a truly elegant, highly convincing desk design.

Kai Kristiansen (1929-) was trained as a cabinet maker and worked for a couple of years under Kaare Klint. In 1955 Kristiansen started to work as a designer to and opened his own design studio. As a designer he collaborated amongst others with Kjaersgaard and Fritz Hansen. Kai Kristiansen style is defined by clean lines, simplicity and high-quality natural material.

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Product details

  • condition Good
  • creator Kai Kristiansen (Designer)
  • date of manufacture 1960-1969
  • dimensions Height 28.55 in. Width 67.52 in. Depth 33.27 in.
  • dimensions Height 72.5 cm Width 171.5 cm Depth 84.5 cm
  • material Brass Teak
  • origin Denmark
  • period 1960-1969
  • style Scandinavian Modern