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Chess Massive extensible table


design Nissen & Gehl, 2017

The Chess Massive table is an extendable table created by the Danish designers Søren Nissen & Gehl Ebbe, both cabinet makers. Their style shows a pronounced taste for noble materials and craftsmanship of high quality. The Chess Massive table is ideal for everyday life as well as for dinners with friends: a butterfly-extension leaf, perfectly integrated under the table, can be pulled out in the middle of the table top. The table is then lengthened by one meter with a lot of ease and speed.
The Chess Massive table has a solid wood base stained in black. Its solid wooden top is available in several finishes of oak, ash, walnut and elm. The Butterfly-extension leaf is also made of solid wood, identical to the table top. It is also available with white Corian top.

Dimensions L200-300 x D90 x H74 cm – L240-340 x D90 x H74 cm.

Butterfly leave included. Solid wood with Corian top white or solid wood.

Wood solid oak, ash, walnut or elm

Legs black stained wood.

Weight 97kg or 127kg, depending on the size

Chess Massive Table
200 x 90 cm

Chess Massive Table
240 x 90 cm

walnut table top

walnut table top with white Corian Butterfly-extension leaf

walnut table top with white Corian Butterfly-extension leaf

Free samples (against deposit)

soaped oak

white oiled oak

oiled oak

lacquered oak

soaped ash

white oiled ash


oiled walnut


Søren Nissen and Ebbe Gehl

Søren Nissen and Ebbe Gehl are both originally trained as cabinetmakers from Rud Rasmussen's Snedkerier in Copenhagen. Then, they also both studied furniture architecture from the Copenhagen School of Decorative Arts.
Since 1970, they have worked together in the creative and productive companionship called Nissen & Gehl mdd. Their partnership has led to the creation of Naver Collection, where they have developed and designed most the furniture at Naver Collection since 1994.
Their style has renewed the Danish design tradition, and over the years, they have received numerous awards for their unique and functional designs, which have also brought them international recognition.