Jurg Bally height-adjustable Ess-Tee table for Wohnhilfe, Switzerland

Bally, Jürg
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Dining tables
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Switzerland
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1950s

A height-adjustable oak table, designed by Jürg Bally for Wohnhilfe, Switzerland in 1951. The black formica top rests on three crossed legs.

The name of this design was the 'Ess-Tee' (eat-tea) table; a fitting name, as the table can be placed at eight different heights (between 32 and 75 cm) with an ingenious mechanism, to allow you to use the table for different purposes.

 

  • 4552
  • Price on request
  • 29.5 In / 75.0 cm
  • 40.6 In / 103.0 cm

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