Tulip Dining Table

Inspired by Eero Saarinen

€12.500 €625

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Tulip Dining Table
The Product The Specs
  • The endpoint of a five-year process
  • Designed to clear the 'slum of legs'
  • Aluminium base and fibreglass top

About the Tulip Table

The VOGA Tulip Table is a beautiful reproduction of Eero Saarinen's unique design. Just like the original, our version has a distinctive solid, curved aluminium base. That sculpted feature then joins to a fantastic fibreglass table top. The table is an unforgettable and timeless piece. Its hard-wearing durability and 122cm diameter make it the perfect size for intimate dining with friends or a messy family.

The story behind the Tulip Table

Eero Saarinen designed the now-iconic Tulip Table in 1956. The table was created as backlash to what Saarinen described as the 'confusing, unrestful world' underneath traditional tables as a result of all the legs. The distinctive ergonomic base mirrors the effect of a single drop of water. But the single central support of the Tulip Table also creates more space under tables.

  • Width: 121 cm
  • Height: 72 cm
  • Depth: 121 cm
  • Packaging: 58cm x 58cm x 74cm | 126cm x 126cm x 9cm
  • Packaging weight: 60 kg
  • Boxes: 2
Eero Saarinen

About The Designer:

Eero Saarinen

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1910 (Finland) -1961 (United States)

A Finnish American architect and industrial designer, Eero Saarinen took a sculptural approach to furniture design. He was a perfectionist who was obsessed with getting the perfect curve or line, often building hundreds of models to ensure he got it right. His attention to detail paid off. His work is now iconic and includes design classics such as the Tulip Armchair, the Tulip Table and the Womb Chair.

"Always design a thing by considering it in its next larger context - a chair in a room, a room in a house, a house in an environment, an environment in a city plan."

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