Gubi Tables

The Gubi brand was established in Copenhagen in 1967 by Gubi and Lisbeth Olsen.  Influenced by travel and architecture, the Gubi design philosophy is to merge the boundaries between past, present and future, creating iconic lighting and furniture designs that are essentially timeless.

The functionalist architect Barba Corsini designed the Gubi Pedrera coffee table in 1955 for the loft space in La Pedrera in Barcelona. The slender steel zig-zag base of the table was inspired by the vaulted ceilings of La Pedrera. The glass table top creates a light, minimalist beauty, reflecting Corsini’s functionalist aesthetic.

The international design influence of the brand continues with the Gubi Aoyama dining table, designed by Paul Leroy for Gubi. This Gubi table also has a functional design, alongside the striking aesthetics of the steel mesh, honeycomb-like base.

Paul Leroy found inspiration for this Gubi table on the Aoyama, one of the wealthiest neighbourhood in Tokyo famous for its international fashion houses, cafes and restaurants.

Designed by GamFratesi for The Standard restaurant in Copenhagen, the Gubi TS coffee table creates a sophisticated and sculptural aesthetic for any room with its characteristic slender legs, beautifully crossing details and contrasting solid table top.

The versatile Gubi TS Column dining table is available in a choice of three heights, elegant slender metal legs and crossing detailing and a striking central column. You can choose an opulent marble top for the table, yet the design will still reflect Scandinavian minimalism.

This Gubi table was designed for the world-class, fine-dining restaurant Flora Danica at Maison du Danemark in Paris. The restaurant was renovated by GamFratesi to blend classic Danish and Parisian aesthetics.

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