DINING TABLE À TABLE
Interior architect and designer Jonas Bohlin made his big breakthrough in the 1980s with his graduation project – the “Concrete” armchair. The chair attracted a great deal of attention and generated wide debate about what art is and should be, and it questioned the boundaries between artistic and functional design. Since then, Bohlin has created many well-known interiors mainly for Swedish clients.
Bohlin’s design work is based on timelessness as well as sustainability. He sees form from a 100-year perspective, which makes the craft tradition and the use of solid, Swedish materials in his work self-evident. The dining table A Tablé has a light, white-pigmented top in ash, a white lacquered iron base, leather covered details and brass feet. It sits up to 12 people and can be expanded without the need for supporting legs, which makes it the definitive piece in a dining room.