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ArchitectMade - Turning Tray

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Item number 125383, change variant
ArchitectMade - Turning Tray, 23 x 45 cm, black / white
135.00 €
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In 1956, Finn Juhl designed the TurningTray. Today the original trays are on display at Finn Juhl’s house in Charlottenlund, Denmark, now a museum. Lassen Tableware is re-launching the TurningTrays after the original drawings by Finn Juhl. The trays encompass many of Finn Juhl’s characteristic designs, especially the curved teak frame and corner joints are Finn Juhl trademarks.

Diverse brands are also in the Turning Tray: This is for the bent the teak wood frame as well as for the characteristic edge connections of the tray. Those that want to admire Juhl's original trays might to it in his house in Charlottenlung, serving as museum today.

The trays are handmade in Denmark in teak and laminate and are available in 3 sizes and several color combinations.

More details:

  • Material: Teak wood, laminate
  • Designer: Finn Juhl

the Tablett Turning Tray is also available in the sizes 23 x 45 cm and 38 x 51 cm and in the colour combinations black/red, black/green and black/blue.

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Material teak wood, laminate
Farbe white
Abmessungen Depth: 23 cm, Length: 45 cm
Gewicht 870 g (without packaging)
Artikelnr. 125383
EAN 5700010900080
Entwurf Finn Juhl

Youtube-Video of the Turning Tray by Architectmade

The video shows with how much accurateness every single tray by architectmade is produced. Many single steps create the solid and beautiful tray with its characteristic corners, designed by Finn Juhl.

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Customer reviews

A elegant tray and the practical piece

5 of 5 stars 2014-12-28, , ArchitectMade - Turning Tray, 30 x 48 cm, black / red

I use this tray to put the fruits and the hot coffee. It is really the pratical piece.

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