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C35 Expandable Table
FDB Møbler
Poul M. Volther, 1957

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Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

Poul M. Volther designed the C35 Table in 1957: available in three different sizes, they can receive from 4 to 12 people thanks to extensions attached at both ends. The wide tabletop offers a comfortable space, while the legs tilted slightly outwards give it great stability: a perfect family table, welcoming and easy to use.

C35A table length 82/156 x width 82 cm Distance between the table legs at floor 74 cm

C35B table length 160/234 x width 82 cm Distance between the table legs at floor 139 cm

C35C table length 220/310 x width 95 cm Distance between the table legs at floor 199 cm

Height H72,3 cm

Materials solid beech or oak from FSC-certified wood from European forest

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957
Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

Lacquered oak

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

C35C table
L[220/310] x P95 x H72,3 cm

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

C35B table
L[160/234] x P82 x H72,3 cm

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

C35A table
L[82/156] x P82 x H72,3 cm

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957
Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

Extension for table C35C
95 x 45 cm

Extension for table C35A & C35B
82 x 37 cm

Black oak

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

C35C table
L[220/310] x P95 x H72,3 cm

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

C35B table
L[160/234] x P82 x H72,3 cm

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

C35A table
L[82/156] x P82 x H72,3 cm

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957
Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

Extension for table C35C
95 x 45 cm

Extension for table C35A & C35B
82 x 37 cm

Lacquered oak / black linoluem

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

C35C table
L[220/310] x P95 x H72,3 cm

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

C35B table
L[160/234] x P82 x H72,3 cm

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

C35A table
L[82/156] x P82 x H72,3 cm

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957
Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

Extension for table C35C
95 x 45 cm

Extension for table C35A & C35B
82 x 37 cm

Lacquered oak / light grey linoluem

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

C35C table
L[220/310] x P95 x H72,3 cm

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

C35B table
L[160/234] x P82 x H72,3 cm

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

C35A table
L[82/156] x P82 x H72,3 cm

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957
Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

Extension for table C35C
95 x 45 cm

Extension for table C35A & C35B
82 x 37 cm

Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957
Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957
Table Extensible C35 FDB Møbler  Poul M. Volther, 1957

Poul M. Volther

Poul M. Volther

Furniture architect Poul M. Volther (1923-2001) was one of the leading figures in Danish design. In 1950, after completing his training as a cabinetmaker, he succeeded furniture architect Børge Mogensen as head of the FDB Møbler design studio. Poul M. Volther quickly demonstrated his unique talent for developing high-quality furniture for mass production. True to the spirit of FDB Møbler, he helped design some of the most iconic pieces of furniture of the era, which went on to furnish many of the new and modern homes built as part of the development of the welfare state in the decades following the Second World War. Its simple, functionalist idiom was rooted in craftsmanship. Flexible furniture designed for everyday life. Furniture that wasn't designed for looks, but for comfort. One of his best-known pieces is the J46 radiant-back chair, dating from 1956, which is a graceful new take on a modern kitchen chair. Today, the J46 is the best-selling chair in Denmark, with a total of around 850,000 sold. Poul M. Volther was design director at FDB Møbler until 1955, after which he continued designing furniture, including the iconic Corona chair. He then became a professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen.