The Tray Table is in reality an elegant, slim brushed steel frame fitted with a tray. The table works well on its own as well as in a group setting. The trays are manufactured with thin edges in teak or walnut and have a base of veneer or glossy laminate. Additionally, the tray can be turned - all trays come with one white side and the other side is either black, light green or light blue.
- Frame: Stainless steel
- Tabletop: Veneer or high gloss laminate in white/black, white/light blue or white/light green
- All with solid edges in teak or walnut
- Height: 33 cm / 13 inch
- Width: 50 cm / 19.7 inch
- Depth: 50 cm / 19.7 inch
In 2000, Onecollection acquired the exclusive rights to produce Finn Juhl’s iconic furniture from the 1940’s and 50’s. Since then, the company has re-launched a comprehensive range of Juhl’s designs. In 2013, Onecollection manufactured all new furniture for the Finn Juhl Chamber at the UN Headquarters in New York. Onecollection is owned by the holding company Hansen & Sørensen ApS, which was founded in 1990 by Ivan Hansen and Henrik Sørensen. They changed the company’s name to Onecollection in 2007, but Ivan and Henrik are still the owners and managers of Onecollection. Today, the company is present in more than 30 markets. Along with the well-known Finn Juhl classics, Onecollection also manufactures contemporary furniture of a very high quality at its own factory in Ringkøbing, Denmark. Please visit www.onecollection.com to see the collection of furniture designed by Salto & Sigsgaard, Henrik Tengler, Søren Holst, Nanna Ditzel, Niels Gammelgaard, Lars Frank Nielsen, Kindt-Larsen, Søren Ulrik Petersen and Erla Òskarsdottir.
Finn Juhl Tray Table Designed by:
- Finn Juhl , 1965
Finn Juhl, born in Denmark in 1912, was a pioneering force in his own country. Juhl is credited along with fellow Danes Arne Jacobsen, Hans Wegner, and Poul Kjaerholm for introducing Danish modern design to mid-century America.
He began designing furniture like the 1941 Poet Sofa for use in his own home, north of Copenhagen. Juhl felt that furniture, handicraft and art should create a “completeness” of the home, which in his case was decorated with works of the Danish painters of the time.
Juhl made his American debut in 1951 at the "Good Design" exhibit in Chicago and at MoMA in New York, and he represented Denmark in creating the interior of a meeting hall at the United Nations Headquarters.
In 1998 Finn Juhl’s widow, Hanne Wilhelm Hansen, asked the Danish company, Onecollection, to help her make one of Finn Juhl’s sofas – Model 57, designed in 1957. Hanne Wilhelm Hansen wanted to have a single unit of the sofa produced for an exhibition that she wanted to arrange in honour of Juhl who had passed away in 1989. This was a fantastic challenge and this was the beginning of a new chapter in Onecollection’s history. This initial request has led to Onecollection producing many of Finn Juhl’s designs and they have exclusive rights worldwide. In 2013, Onecollection manufactured all new furniture for the Finn Juhl Chamber at the UN Headquarters in New York.