Hans J. Wegner design, Carl Hansen, 1962
The tabletop is made out of sections of solid wood running the entire length of the table, rather than the width, therefore revealing more of the wood’s natural structure. The wood is carefully selected and even the slightest defects are eliminated, in order to produce excellent quality tables with a homogeneous finish.
The production process is complicated and requires long sections of high-quality wood, but the result is well worth it, with this impeccably finished table and its solid structure which will stand the test of time.
Hans J Wegner, the designer, started working as a cabinet-maker, which explains his interest in painstaking woodworking techniques and his great respect for wood. His collaboration with Carl Hansen & Son gave birth to a number of tables and chairs which have become classics of Danish design.
The structure of the table in solid wood is representative of the Scandinavian design of the 50s and 60s, but the table looks just as beautiful in modern interiors, as it does in more traditional decors.
Its delicate legs give the tabletop a floating appearance and gracefully complete the structure, for a light and natural finish.
Two optional removable leaves can be added to the end of the table, allowing it to seat up to 10 people.
Originally designed to be associated with the Wegner CH36 and CH37 chairs, made of wood and paper cord, the CH327 table is now frequently used with the designer’s famous CH24 Wishbone chairs.
L190 x W 95 x H 72 cm ou L 248 x W 95 x H 72 cm.
Thickness of the table top : 26mm
Distance between legs:
Table size 190 : 127x61.5 cm
Table size 248 : 185 x 61.5 cm
Ash, beech, oak, walnut, mixed oak / walnut
Soap, oil, stain, lacquer.
95 * 40 cm, laminated gray or black.
The extension is fixed at the end of table.