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Jean Prouvé, 1949

The round, wooden Guéridon table was developed by French designer and engineer Jean Prouvé for the University of Paris in 1949. Available in two different sizes and in various types of high-quality wood, it provides an elegant setting for office meetings and is also ideal for canteens and cafeterias.
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Material description
  • Table top: solid wood with oiled finish; natural oak, smoked oak or American walnut.
  • Base: legs matched to table top, solid wood with oiled finish in natural oak, smoked oak or American walnut; tubular steel crossbar with powder-coated finish (smooth) in deep black.
  • Origin of wood: oak (Quercus robur) from Western Europe and/or Poland; American walnut (Juglans nigra) from the USA.
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The wooden table Guéridon, which was produced by the designer and engineer Jean Prouvé for the University of Paris, is a convincing demonstration of clear structural principles. It is a variation of Prouvé's architecturally informed design vocabulary in a natural material, proving that modern tables do not have to be made out of steel and glass.
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This product was designed by
Jean Prouvé
Jean Prouvé, who regarded himself as an engineer throughout his lifetime, was both the designer and manufacturer of his product ideas. His unique oeuvre, ranging from a letter opener to door and window fittings, from lighting and furniture to prefabricated houses and modular building systems, encompasses almost anything that is suited to industrial production and construction.
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