Too late for sedate
Børge Mogensen wasn’t interested in sculptural shapes and experiments. He preferred historical furniture types that he then tweaked for the better. A very readable monograph presents the Danish designer.
Ypsilon design Love Neuschütz, 2009. Tabletop in a blockboard construction, veneered in oak, beech, birch or walnut, or finished in a white laminate or one of three standard woodstains (white, black or brown) on oak. The Y-shaped legs are made of solid wo
od. Ypsilon is available with a rectangular, square or round tabletop in several different sizes, all with a height of 720 mm. Ypsilon is ideal in a conference room, communal areas, at home, or wherever you need a sturdy all-wood table.
|Table finish||three-legged table|
|Table top shape||circular|
shades of brown