Super Ellipse Table, B612 by Piet Hein & Bruno Mathsson for Fritz Hansen, 1968

$2,750.00 inc GST

“The rational idealist. Piet Hein was neither an architect nor a furniture designer – but a philosopher, poet, mathematician etc. He created the Superellipse as a new oval shape for the Sergel’s Square in Stockholm. In cooperation with the Swedish designer, Bruno Mathsson, he later used the shape for the Superellipse Table Series which Fritz Hansen put in production in 1968.”

Shown in thumbnail with Series 7 chairs by Arne Jacobsen, see CHAIRS

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150cm x 100cm x 71cm(H)

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