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Train Coffee Table

Design by
Henrik Tengler

Year
2004

As a central piece of the Train Table Series created in 2004 by Henrik Tengler, the Train Coffee Table exemplifies the blend of versatility and multifunctionality that the collection is known for. This coffee table version is expertly designed to integrate seamlessly into various settings, including living rooms, lounges, and open-concept areas, offering both aesthetic appeal and practical utility.

The Train Coffee Table is distinguished by its exquisite organic edge profile, which imparts soft corners and edges to augment its visual allure. For the tabletop, choices include linoleum, laminate, and veneers in rich materials such as teak, oak, ash, or walnut, ensuring adaptability. The base of the table is available in options of powder-coated steel or brushed stainless steel, providing further customization to match the specific decor of the living space.

Technical information

General Info

Design by: Henrik Tengler

Year: 2004

Dimensions:

Tabletop: HT 9101
Ø: 80 cm
Pedestal Foot: HT 9654Ss
Ø: 50 cm x H: 51 cm

Tabletop: HT 9201
Ø: 90 cm
Pedestal Foot: HT 9664SS
Ø: 60 cm x H: 51 cm

Different tabletops and pedestals can be combined in almost endless ways. All elements are listed individually in the product sheet.

Specifications

Model and materials:

Tabletop: Linoleum, laminate, or veneers in teak, oak, ash, or walnut.
Pedestal Foot: Powder-coated steel or brushed stainless steel.

2D Drawing

The Design of the Train Series

The Train Series reflects Henrik Tengler’s meticulous attention to detail, drawing inspiration from Finn Juhl’s design ethos as exemplified by his famous Silver Table. Tengler’s focus on subtle yet significant features, such as the edge profiles and the gentle corners, infuses the table with an understated elegance.

Henrik Tengler

Henrik Tengler graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 1988 and has more than 26 years of experience with furniture design and interior design. In 1992 Onecollection put the first chair from Henrik Tengler into production. The chair named Chairman later on became Onecollection’s best selling piece of furniture with more than 60.000 sold to date.