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Council Table
House of Finn Juhl - Onecollection >
Kasper Salto >, Thomas Sigsgaard >
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Product description

In 2011, the design duo Salto & Sigsgaard won a design competition under the auspices of the Danish Ministry of Culture. The nature of the competition was to design the furniture for the Trusteeship Council Chamber (also known as the Finn Juhl Chamber) at the United Nations headquarters in New York.

The Council table is designed with the ‘secretary table’ from the Trusteeship Council Chamber in mind.

The Council table is available with a table top in linoleum or teak, oak, walnut, ash veneer with solid edges and legs in polished aluminum. The table comes in 3 sizes with either a rounded rectangular top or squared rectangular top.

Materials: Tabletop in linoleum or veneer (oak, ash, walnut, teak) with solid edges. Legs in polished aluminum.


L 240cm x W 110cm x H 72cm

L 310cm x W 110cm x H 72cm

L 380cm x W 110cm x H 72cm

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The Council Chair was designed in 2011 by Kasper Salto and Thomas Sigsgaard for the Trusteeship Council Chamber at the U.N. Headquarters in New York.

The chair is well-thought out, shaped specifically with the human body in mind and made in form-pressed patented 3D veneer. Since the chair was designed for the ‘secretaries table’ in the Trusteeship Council Chamber it is crafted to ensure comfort throughout a long day.

Furthermore, the chair nicely complements good architecture, well-designed interiors and is thus ideal for the executive offices, VIP conference facilities, hotels and restaurants as well as private use for dining and working.

The chair is available in oak or walnut and is carefully upholstered in fabric or leather on a base of molded foam. The chair can also be ordered fully upholstered for a uniform expression. The elegant 4-star swivel base of the chair is cast aluminium with a polished finish.