WHITE OILED DOUGLAS FIR (MODEL: J)
WHITE OILED DOUGLAS FIR (MODEL: J)
WHITE OILED DOUGLAS FIR (MODEL: J)
WHITE OILED DOUGLAS FIR (MODEL: J)
WHITE OILED DOUGLAS FIR (MODEL: J)
WHITE OILED DOUGLAS FIR (MODEL: J)
WHITE OILED DOUGLAS FIR (+ DUET CHAIR IN BLACK OILED ASH)
WHITE OILED DOUGLAS FIR (+ DUET CHAIR IN BLACK OILED ASH)
WHITE OILED DOUGLAS FIR (+ DUET CHAIR IN BLACK OILED ASH)
WHITE OILED DOUGLAS FIR (+ DUET CHAIR IN BLACK OILED ASH)
WHITE OILED DOUGLAS FIR (MODEL: J)

TABLE ONE

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Table One reflects a universal heritage that is fixed without time or place. With an emphasis on function and the sensory response, this vast table, with a tabletop made from just two planks of astonishingly proportioned planks of Douglas Fir timber, is designed to be passed from generation to generation, earning the value of time and marks of memories past.

SIZE
501L
W260 × D100 × H75 cm
W102 2/5 × D39 2/5 × H29 1/2 ”

501G
W320 × D100 × H75 cm
W126 × D39 2/5 × H29 1/2 ”

501J
W380 × D100 × H75 cm
W149 2/3 × D39 2/5 × H29 1/2 ”

MODEL CODE
501

SPECIFICATION
Available in European Douglas Fir with a white oil finish. See menus below for further material information.

NOTE 1: This product is shipped in a custom made crate. NOTE 2: As a softwood, Douglas fir will mark will regular use. Our care instructions include guidance on how to steam-repair dents in the timber, however we recommend embracing some level of wear and tear as part of the ongoing story and beauty of your Douglas fir furniture.

Crafted at the solar-powered De La Espada factory in Portugal. Designed by a creative partner and rigorously engineered with the support of our in-house product development team and expert craftspeople. Durability, comfort and aesthetics combine for a product that lasts a lifetime.

Timber is sustainable solid wood from Europe, offering long-term repairability of the surface. Natural colour and grain variations in every plank make each piece an individual. Traditional wood joinery bonded with wood glue ensures structural integrity. All finishes are non-toxic and applied by hand, sprayed or rubbed.

LEAD TIME
14 weeks to factory door plus additional time for shipping. Find shipping information here.

Manuel Aires Mateus is an award-winning Lisbon-based architect whose projects explore the roles of memory and knowledge combined with the relationship between the physical and cultural worlds. His work seeks to reflect every scale of our lives and searches for the enduring state of shape and materiality.

With an emphasis on function and the sensory response, his collection for De La Espada reflects a universal heritage that is fixed without time or place. Utilising astonishingly proportioned planks of Douglas Fir timber, the furniture is designed to be passed from generation to generation, earning the value of time and marks of memories past.

“Our central point in all of the projects is the way that people are going to live. It’s always about this idea of how people could feel in these spaces more than, let’s say, image. So it’s also the way you touch, the colour, the smell, the memories that you can achieve and the common memories that we all have about this material,” Manuel Aires Mateus.

Solid wood is an expression of the life of a tree, grown for at least 30 years, and the weather patterns it experienced, the absorption of sunshine and minerals. The tree is imbued with meaning, and this meaning is transferred to the piece of furniture it becomes.

Our planks are cut in a way that honours the growth rings and grain, making them clearly visible.


EUROPEAN DOUGLAS FIR

Our European Douglas fir is grown in France. Due to its strength, durability, and attractive straight grain, this blond softwood has long been used for joinery and flooring. Douglas fir trees can grow to very large sizes which, when regularly pruned, results in impressively wide and long planks of timber with consistent grain patterns. We use Douglas fir exclusively for Manuel Aires Mateus products, the design of which take advantage of the extreme proportions of the planks.

NOTE: As a softwood, Douglas fir will mark will regular use. Our care instructions include guidance on how to steam-repair dents in the timber, however we recommend embracing some level of wear and tear as part of the ongoing story and beauty of your Douglas fir furniture.

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