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Oval table Cherner  design Benjamin Cherner, 2003

Cherner Oval Table
Benjamin Cherner, 2003

The curvaceous minimalist design of the oval Cherner table echoes that of the graceful Cherner chair. Available in lengths of 213 and 234 cm, the Cherner table is designed to accommodate 6 to 8 people. The top of the tray is covered with a multi-ply covered with cross-ply hardwood approximately 2.8 cm thick, circled by tapered edges. The legs are in molded multi-ply wood with solid wood on the outside.

The table is made in the USA under Cherner license.

Oval table Cherner  design Benjamin Cherner, 2003
Oval table Cherner  design Benjamin Cherner, 2003
Oval table Cherner  design Benjamin Cherner, 2003

Materials Multi-ply wood with walnut, oak or ebony veneer.
Dimensions 213.3 x 96.5 x H74.9 cm or 233.7 x 101.6 x H74.9 cm

Oval table Cherner – Benjamin Cherner – Normann Copenhagen

 213,3 x 96,5 cm – Classic Walnut 

 233,7 x 101,6 cm – Classic Walnut 

Oval table Cherner – Benjamin Cherner – Normann Copenhagen

 213,3 x 96,5 cm – Natural Walnut

 233,7 x 101,6 cm – Natural Walnut  

Oval table Cherner – Benjamin Cherner – Normann Copenhagen

 233,7 x 101,6 cm – Classic Ebony

Oval table Cherner – Benjamin Cherner – Normann Copenhagen

 233,7 x 101,6 cm – White oak

Oval table Cherner  design Benjamin Cherner, 2003
Oval table Cherner  design Benjamin Cherner, 2003
Oval table Cherner  design Benjamin Cherner, 2003

Benjamin Cherner

Benjamin Cherner is the son of the furniture designer Norman Cherner and founder of the Cherner Chair Company. He heads a multi-disciplinary design studio in Lower Manhattan. His home, a duplex penthouse in New York's East Village has been featured in The New York Times, Dwell magazine and the first New York Open House tour. His building designs often incorporate his father's as well as his own furniture designs. He is a registered Architect in New York and Connecticut and holds degrees in Architecture from Arizona State university and Columbia University. He has a dog named Red.