Grythyttan Stålmöbler Table 9A, 120 cm, galvanized steel - teak
Grythyttan Stålmöbler Table 9A, 120 cm, galvanized steel - teak
Grythyttan Stålmöbler Table 9A, 120 cm, galvanized steel - teak

Table 9A, 120 cm, galvanized steel - teak

Grythyttan Stålmöbler


Grythyttan Stålmöbler
Table 9A

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Grythyttan Stålmöbler's table 9A is an attractive and hardwearing outdoor table that pairs a steel base with a round teak wood top. Designed by Artur Lindqvist in the 1930s, this table is ideal for approximately 4 people, and its detachable base allows it to be stored and transported in as narrow a space as possible. Over time, the galvanized steel parts will acquire a matte surface, while the untreated teak wood will develop a beautiful silver-grey patina.

Table 9A is part of Grythyttan Stålmöbler's Classic collection. With its first pieces dating back to the Swedish functionalist design of the 1930s, the Classic collection is designed specifically for outdoor use. Comprising minimalist steel frames and natural wooden elements, different pieces of the Classic collection complement each other effortlessly, while their timeless, modern feel makes them easy to pair with contemporary design as well. The products are made at Grythyttan Stålmöbler's factory in Sweden.

Teak, steel
72 cm
120 cm
Table top material
Untreated solid teak
Base material
Hot galvanized steel
25 kg
Requires assembly.
Please note that untreated teak furniture will develop a patina over time, eventually turning a pale grey colour. If you wish to retain the original golden colour, it is recommended to treat teak furniture with a suitable teak sealant.
Care instructions
Clean regularly with soapy water using a sponge or a cloth. Rinse with water.

Artur Lindqvist

Artur Lindqvist (1897–1983) was a Swedish designer and the founder of Lindqvist's Smidesfabrik, which later became known as Grythyttan Stålmöbler. Originally a horseshoe manufacturer, Lindqvist became interested in furniture-making and Nordic functionalism when the market for horseshoes was declining. His hugely popular armchair A2 was introduced in 1930, and after that, Lindqvist designed a whole range of classic pieces that are still produced by Grythyttan Stålmöbler.

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