Vitra Em Table 240 x 90 cm, oak - ecru.
The Vitra's EM Table is a streamlined table designed by French engineer and designer Jean Prouvé for the modernist prefabricated residential project La Maison Tropicale in 1950.
The powder-coated steel frame and diagonal legs of EM Table conform to the structural principles of architecture and engineering. The simple, rectangular table top is available in a solid wood version or in laminate. The EM Table has now become a timeless classic that can serve as an excellent dining or conference table, and it fits seamlessly with the Standard chairs from Prouvé in terms of shape and colours.
Colours: oak, ecru.
Dimensions: Length 240 cm Width 90 cm Height 74 cm
Table top material: 34 mm thick oiled oak table top
Frame Material: Curved Steel with a Powder Coated Finish
Jean Prouvé (1909-1984) was a French metalworker, engineer and self-taught architect and designer, who had a major influence on European post-war design and design philosophy. Social conscience and good accessibility were essential starting points for Prouvé's designs, which were often based on prefabricated houses, modular systems and mass production.