3.7 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100441824
dk3

Ten Bench

$3,995.00
3.7 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100441824
dk3

Ten Bench

$3,995.00
Oak
Walnut
Available to ship in:
  • Sophisticated wood bench.
  • Striking grooved legs.
  • Pairs with the Ten Table (sold separately).
  • 17¾" H 73" W 17¾" D
Detailed Dimensions

Shipping Options

  • Threshold Delivery, In-Home Delivery

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Designed by Jacob Plejdrup for dk3
Manufacturer SKU:
Ten Bench
$3,995.00

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Details

Details

Add flexible seating to any table with the spacious and versatile Ten Bench (2023). Designed for DWR by Danish design studio dk3, this sophisticated bench stands out for its refined details. Featuring vertical grooves, each plinth-like leg is crafted from 10 individual pieces of solid wood, hence the bench’s name. It’s finished with an organically shaped, softly rounded veneer top that exemplifies dk3’s master craftsmanship. Pairs elegantly with the Ten Table (sold separately) and many other DWR tables, or use it in a hall or entry. Made in the Czech Republic.
  • Sophisticated wood bench.
  • Striking grooved legs.
  • Pairs with the Ten Table (sold separately).
  • Complements many other tables in the DWR collection.
Brand
dk3
Collection
Ten Dining Collection
General Dimensions
  • 17¾" H 73" W 17¾" D
Assembly
Requires Assembly
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Ten Bench

  • Height (in): 17¾
  • Width (in): 73
  • Depth (in): 17¾
  • Solid oak or walnut legs
  • Oak or walnut veneer over MDF top
Jacob Plejdrup

Jacob Plejdrup

Having served as an apprentice woodworker, Jacob Plejdrup now works alongside other craftspeople in dk3’s carpentry shop, which dates to 1857. “The difference between me and a lot of people educated as designers at an architect school is they will be working with product design on a daily basis, where I’m very, very much self-made, self-taught, and I work from what I feel in my gut, so to speak.”

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