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Midcentury Model 33 'Cube' Nesting Tables in Teak by Kai Kristiansen for Vildbjerg Møbelfabrik

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H: 41.5cm W: 42.5cm D: 40cm

A vintage nest of three square side tables designed by Kai Kristiansen and manufactured by Vildbjerg Møbelfabrik in Denmark in the 1960s. Unlike conventional nests, Kristiansen conceived these tables to store away in an interlocking cube shape. These simple but versatile tables are offered in teak. The clean lines and space saving concept are typical of midcentury Danish design.

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Designer Spotlight | Kai Kristiansen

Kai Kristiansen is a Danish designer born in 1929, like many renowned Nordic furniture designers Kristiansen began his design career with a cabinetmaking apprenticeship. He went on to study at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen under Kaare Klint. Opening his first studio at the age of 26 he began creating modern furniture.

Over his career Kristiansen designed a wide range of furniture including sideboards, wall units, dining chairs and tables. These designs were produced by many well known Danish manufacturers. Kristian designs often feature straight geometric lines for ergonomic functionally, curved lines appear in chairs to support the body comfortably.

Image: Kai Kristiansen