Set of Palle Suenson Side Table in Solid Teak with Edward Wormley Armchairs


Palle Suenson, side table, teak, Denmark, c. 1940

Striking Scandinavian Modern side table by Danish architect and designer Palle Suenson (1904-1987). This particular table is specifically designed for the new office building of Aarhus Oil Fabrik A/S, located in Aarhus, Denmark. From 1938 to 1942 Suenson was responsible for designing and furnishing the office building. The outcome was a functionalist building covered in 5,500 custom-made ceramic tiles. The factory was founded in 1871, producing vegetable oils, primarily for margarine. Suenson’s aim was to fit the interior design within the company’s ethos, drawing inspiration from exotic plants and raw materials that were used at the factory. The side table shows this clearly by its minimalist design, focusing on the pureness of the material, using solid teak wood, which is in great condition.

Edward Wormley for Dunbar, set of 2 armchairs, beech, velvet, United States, 1960s

This pair of Mid-Century Modern armchair were designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar. This stunning pair of chairs have solid beech frames with geometric, modern lined frames. The seats and backs are upholstered in dark green velvet, which is a beautiful combination with the light beech.

Measurements of the chairs: 76.5 x 54 x 54.5 cm (seat height 48cm).
Please note that we have four of these side tables currently in stock.

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Product Details

  • condition Good
  • creator Edward Wormley (Designer) Palle Suenson (Designer) Robert Sonneman (Designer)
  • date of manufacture 1950s
  • dimensions Height 29.73 in. Width 29.34 in. Depth 29.34 in.
  • dimensions Height 75.5 cm Width 74.5 cm Depth 74.5 cm
  • material Metal Teak Velvet Wood
  • origin Europe
  • period 1950-1959
  • style Mid-Century Modern (Of the Period)
  • barcode 490000258 + 45010272