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Drawn in 1960, along with Ox Chair and Queen Chair, the Ox Table fits as a natural centerpiece. A classic Hans. J. Wegner piece of furniture in a simple yet complex design with a self-supporting construction completed without any side rails resulting in a sleek and elegant profile.
The innovative series was drawn in 1960 and launched the same year during the Furniture Fair in Fredericia city, with Ox Table being the centerpiece. An elegant and streamlined round table that adds a lightness to the chairs.
As much passion and thought are behind Wegner’s chairs, just as in-depth work is put into the tables, he designs to complement his furniture. The focus is on construction and function in the desire to create a natural lightness, which is also seen at Ox Table with the self-supporting construction completed through a design without any side rails.
The relaunch of Ox Table is realized through close collaboration with Hans J. Wegner’s daughter, architect Marianne Wegner. She worked for several decades in her father’s studio, bringing a unique and incomparable insight into Wegner’s design and way of thinking.