01 Square Table Standrad Front
02 Square Table Standrad Side
03 Square Table Standrad Isometric
04 Square Table Detail A
05 Square Table Detail C
05 Square Table Detail B

Square Table

Designer Chandigarh Collective
Year/Period 1959
Dimensions ( cm / in ) H 28 / D 36.1 / W 36.1 H 71.0 / D 91.5 / W 91.5
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Product Description

The Square Table was originally designed as a cafeteria dining table for government office canteens in Chandigarh the late 1950s. It's convenient size made it attractive for multi-purpose use subsequently.

The legs and crossbars are made of solid teak while the table top is plywood with teak veneer on top and bottom. The plywood table top is enclosed in a solid teak frame with beveled edges. The legs are detachable for convenient flat packing.

The Square table is ideal for use in city apartments as a breakfast table, dining table or as a work table.

Product Specification

Standard dimensions H 28 / D 36.1 / W 36.1 H 71.0 / D 91.5 / W 91.5
Materials Teak (Tectona grandis) Plywood Teak veneer
Product variants N/A
Other information N/A
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Artboard 3 100
Artboard 2 100
Artboard 1 100

Product Options

We offer this product in a choice of three wood finishes: Natural Teak, Dark Stain and Black.

For the Natural Teak finish, the wood is sanded and finished with hard wax oil to bring out the natural, golden-brown colour of the teak.

For the Dark Stain finish, a coat of water-based, teak stain is applied to give the wood a darker teak shade, followed by a coat of sealer.

For the Black finish, the wood is sprayed with an eco-friendly, water-based paint that leaves the grains and patterns visible.

Wood Finish - Natural Teak / Dark Stain / Black Finish

Colour swatch of Natural Teak
Natural Teak
Colour swatch of Dark Stain
Dark Stain
Colour swatch of Black Finish
Black Finish
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