Train High Table
Part of the original Train Table Series designed by Henrik Tengler in 2004, the Train High Table stands as a distinct model within this versatile collection. Specifically designed for elevated environments such as chic bars, modern kitchens, and stylish dining areas, it harmonizes in both aesthetics and functionality with these sophisticated spaces.
The Train High Table is characterized by its detailed organic edge profile, which gives it the series’ hallmark soft corners and edges. This design element not only enhances the table’s visual appeal but also contributes to its welcoming and refined character.
For tabletop choices, options include linoleum, laminate, or veneers in teak, oak, ash, or walnut, catering to varied tastes and interior styles. The base options, available in powder-coated steel or brushed stainless steel, offer additional customization to suit different design needs.
Design by: Henrik Tengler
Tabletop: HT 9101
Ø: 80 cm
Pedestal Foot: HT 9669SS
Ø: 60 cm x H: 110 cm
Different tabletops and pedestals can be combined in almost endless ways. All elements are listed individually in the product sheet.
Model and materials:
Tabletop: Linoleum, laminate, or veneers in teak, oak, ash, or walnut.
Pedestal Foot: Powder-coated steel or brushed stainless steel.
The Design of the Train High Table
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. In contrast to the more flamboyant Silver Table by Finn Juhl, the Train High Table is designed with a neutral, versatile approach. It aims to be functionally adaptive and aesthetically complementary, allowing the chairs or stools around it to be the centerpiece of the setting.
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.