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The designer and engineer Jean Prouvé developed the EM Table around 1950 for the project 'Maison Tropicale'. Adhering to the aesthetics of necessity, even the smallest details of this table are determined by its construction. The canted legs are connected by a crossbar, illustrating the structural forces and flow of stresses in a way that is typically seen only in engineering structures.
The EM Table is available with table tops in solid wood, robust HPL laminate or – for tops measuring 2000 or 2400 mm in length – wood veneer. The 'Table Solvay' is very similar in form but differentiates itself with a solid wood top and solid wood base.
200cm version - Length: 200cm x Width: 90cm x Height: 74cm
240cm version - Length: 240cm x Width: 90cm x Height: 74cm
Materials & finishes
Top: veneer, 34mm thick natural oak or dark stained oak, with protective varnish.
Base: bent sheet steel and tubular steel, powder-coated (smooth), matched to the colours of the Standard chair base.