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Item No. 100530009

Prouvé EM Table

C$ 9,230.00
3.1 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100530009

Prouvé EM Table

C$ 9,230.00
Dark Oak
Natural
Natural Oak
Deep Black
Japanese Red
Blanc Colombe
Gris Vermeer
Bleu Dynastie
Bleu Marcoule
Ble Vert
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  • Engineered base makes for sturdy dining or work surface.
  • Metal legs and wooden top lend a pleasing contrast.
  • Midcentury classic by legendary designer.
  • 29¼" H 78¾" W 35½" D
Detailed Dimensions

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5-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Designed by Jean Prouvé for Vitra
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Prouvé EM Table
C$ 9,230.00
Details

Details

Jean Prouvé's EM Table (1950) exhibits a dynamic relationship between the base and tabletop. Made of sheet metal, each tapered leg is turned out and angled on a diagonal slant to distribute the downward flow of energy on the table, making an incredibly sturdy surface for working or dining. The tabletop is finished in smooth oak veneer and lends a warm counterpoint to the table's mechanical efficiency. Reproduced to exacting standards by Vitra. Made in Germany.
  • Engineered base makes for sturdy dining or work surface.
  • Metal legs and wooden top lend a pleasing contrast.
  • Midcentury classic by legendary designer.
Brand
Vitra
General Dimensions
  • 29¼" H 78¾" W 35½" D
Assembly
Requires Assembly
Warranty
5-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Prouve EM Table

Prouve EM Table

  • Height (in): 29¼
  • Width (in): 78¾
  • Depth (in): 35½
  • Black lacquered metal legs and tubular crossmember
  • Oak veneer tabletop

Jean Prouvé

“Never design anything that cannot be made,” Jean Prouvé once said. His practical body of work ranged from letter openers to doorknobs, furniture to modularly constructed buildings. Prouvé always regarded himself as more of an engineer, or “constructor,” than a designer. He never designed for the sake of form alone, concentrating instead on the essence of materials, connections, and production.

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