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Children's Table 90B

by Alvar Aalto, 1935 — from 583,00 €
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583,00 € *
available within 18 weeks
3% advance payment discount*: 565,51 € (Save 17,49 €)

The basis of Alvar Aalto's shapely Kids table 90B from 1935 is, as with his stools and chairs, the famous L-shaped legs. The Finnish designer developed the the innovative L-shape and integrated it into many of his products. The round form of this light but sturdy Artek table is perfect for the nursery and is the perfect accompaniment to N65 kids chair


Product type Kids table
Dimensions Height: 52 or 60 cm
Diameter: 75 cm
Table top thickness: 4 cm

* Distribution of material samples is only possible within Germany.
Material Birch
Variants Children's table 90 B available n 2 heights and 3 finishes

Table 90 B alternatively available in standard height of 72 cm or as a four-legged table with a diameter of 100 cm (Table 90A). Please contact smow customer service for more details.
Function & properties Three legged table (Pedestal leg available on request)
Table height 60 cm, can be combined with Childrens chair N65
Delivery includes 1 table, unassembled
Care Wood surfaces should be protected from excessive moisture. For cleaning, we recommend a soft, damp cloth and, if necessary, a mild, neutral detergent.
Warranty 24 months
Product datasheet Please click on picture for detailed information (ca. 0,3 MB).

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