Deluxe Arne Vodder Draw Leaf Dining Table by Sibast

W 140cm – 277cm, D 86cm, H 75cm
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With this elegant dining table, Danish furniture maker Sibast has treated us to a refined, well considered design with a bold display of rosewood. Perfect for a small or large gathering with a well matched set of dining chairs. Luxe materials are teamed with a sharp, sophisticated design. We love the clean lines, subtle details and lightness of form that give this piece an enduring beauty.

Arne Vodder is one of the most celebrated Danish designers of the mid 20th century. His designs are loved for their sharp understated elegance, perfect proportions and inspired organic forms. Vodder designed for various companies such as Fritz Hansen, Cado and France & Son. He found his greatest success designing furniture for Sibast with the office range doing very well in both Europe and the US. His desks were used by a broad range of well known figures including US President Jimmy Carter.

A combination of solid and veneered Rosewood crafted to a very high standard. Top refinished, presents very well.

Each piece is checked and carefully hand restored at our Kingsland studio workshop. Our focus is preserving the character and patina of the design while ensuring it displays beautifully in a contemporary interior.

Please note:

Each piece is checked and carefully restored at our Kingsland studio workshop. Our focus is preserving the character and patina of the design while ensuring it displays beautifully in a contemporary interior.

Our Process:
- Joints checked and reglued
- Timber cleaned and stains removed
- Veneer repairs if needed
- Surfaces polished / refinished

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Deluxe Arne Vodder Draw Leaf Dining Table by Sibast

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Arne Vodder
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Arne Vodder
1926 - 2009

Arne Vodder (1926 – 2009) was a renowned Danish furniture designer and architect. He was trained by cabinetmaker Niels Vodder at the school of interior design in the mid-1940s. He further graduated as an architect in 1947 at Kunstakadamiet in Copenhagen, with Finn Juhl as professor and mentor. Finn Juhl later became his friend and business partner.

After graduation, Vodder started as an architect at Hindsgaul in Copenhagen and worked on various design assignments, focusing primarily on office decor. In 1951, he opened his own design studio with the architect Anton Borg. Together they designed over 1,000 low-cost houses which proved to be a great success.

By the late 1950s, furniture had become Vodder’s focus, he worked with several of Denmark’s leading furniture makers. His designs for Fritz Hansen, Vamo, Sibast, France & Son and several other companies lead to highly successful designs that would define the Danish modern aesthetic during the mid-20th century.

In the 1950s and 1960s, Vodder worked with the furniture company Sibast on several ranges of office furniture which did particularly well on the international market. His furniture was used in the White House by American President Jimmy Carter and by Libyan leader Muannar Gadafi. It could also be seen in banks, airline offices, embassies, and hotels across the globe.

Arne Vodder's contribution to Danish modern design is significant and continues to be celebrated today.

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