Djob Table – architect tables designed by Arne Jacobsen
Arne Jacobsen designed the Djob Table in 1971 for offices and meeting rooms in the Danish National Bank. With its timeless design, the Djob Table can be used in many places around the home or in the workplace – as dining table, work desk, meeting table or school desk. The Djob Table are available in many different tabletop sizes in a wide range of surfaces and colours.
Designer: Arne Jacobsen
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About the series
The Djob Table is available in 10 standard tabletop sizes in a fixed height of 72 cm. It is possible to order tabletops in special dimensions from L60-220 cm and W60-120 cm. The Djob Table can carry max 120 kg. evenly distributed across the tabletop.
The tabletops are available in laminate, micro laminate, silk laminate, linoleum and veneer. Standard tabletops have edges in painted MDF to match the surface. When ordering, specify your preference for painted edges in colours to match the standard surfaces, apart from veneers and micro laminate. The Djob Table is available as desks, conference tables and side tables. The dimensions on the drawings are for the worktop incl. frame.
The table frame is made of anodised aluminium with zinc corners and feet in aluminium alloy. which is then matt chrome-plated. Frames, corners and feet are also available painted in Snow and Black at an additional charge.
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Arne Jacobsen was a functionalist, but he also stressed the aesthetic aspects of his work. His intention was that beauty should not be an experience reserved exclusively for the privileged few, but one that could benefit everyone in their daily lives - not least in the workplace. The Djob desk was created at a time when he had already attracted international attention to Danish furniture design.