semper t-900

Max Ernst Haefeli and Ernst Kadler, 1926

The semper salontisch was one of the first pieces of modular furniture designed in 1926 by architect Max Ernst Haefeli together with horgenglarus' then director, Ernst Kadler-Vögeli.

The semper salontisch was one of the first pieces of modular furniture designed in 1926 by architect Max Ernst Haefeli together with horgenglarus' then director, Ernst Kadler-Vögeli. The marking of the 40mm table top is custom assembled following aesthetic criteria. A choice of different types of solid wood is available.
With a total weight of 18kg, the table is extremely solid. We offer it with a diameter of 80cm and a height of 50cm, but it is also available in other dimensions.

Salon table made of solid wood, available in various dimensions, diameter: 80cm
Table height: 50cm

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Materials
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Natural beech HG 520
Natural oak HG 530
Natural cherry HG 550
Natural black walnut HG 560
Natural ash HG 570
Black beech HG 203
Anthracite beech HG 200
Black ash / oak HG 580
Ebony beech HG 100
Wenge beech HG 110
Mahagony beech HG 130
Maron beech HG 120
Maron beech HG 151
Whitewashed beech HG 172
Desired colour on reques