Fritz Hansen introduces a new coffee-table series called Join

Republic of Fritz Hansen is introducing Join, a new coffee-table series from the Fritz Hansen design team. It comes in three different shapes, and despite its subtle and understated expression, it has the ability to become the centre of life in a room.

Fritz Hansen has long wanted to add a coffee table to the collection. Join’s three shapes: a classic round table and two sizes of ovals. Despite the different shapes, the three tables share a distinct style and clearly belong to the same family. In this versatile series, the tables can either stand alone, highlighting their unique qualities, or stand together.

Says Christian Grosen Rasmussen, head of design, Fritz Hansen, “Join springs from the desire to create a flexible and light coffee table. The three table types are aimed at three different contexts. The round shape is directionless and orients itself equally to the surroundings and fits into any room. The long table with its distinctive oblong “surfboard” shape is perfect along the wall or in front of the sofa. And the smaller of the three tables makes a perfect side table.”

Join has a solid wooden table top and a slender steel frame. It is made of quality materials that are held to the high and uncompromising quality standards that characterize the entire Fritz Hansen Collection. The solid oak table top is available with clear or black lacquer. The frame has four legs in black powder-coated steel.

Join will be available to customers in February 2015.


Founded in 1872 in Denmark, Fritz Hansen is one of the world’s most recognizable producers of iconic furniture for public and private spaces. The history of the company is characterized by meticulous craftsmanship, unique design and a sense of understated elegance. Leading architects and furniture designers from all over the world have produced timeless furniture for the company’s collection, which embraces innovative techniques and new materials. Contributors include such legendary designers as Arne Jacobsen, Poul Kjaerholm, Bruno Mathsson, Piet Hein and Piero Lissoni; as well as young innovators like Kasper Salto and Todd Bracher. Today Fritz Hansen furniture is embraced by a range of global consumers from city dwellers to business executives who celebrate the company’s ability to enlighten and delight with design. Fritz Hansen products can be seen around the world in residences and high-profile corporations, luxury hotels and art centers including the famed SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen and the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.

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