Introducing Pinwheel, a multipurpose table that works individually or as a set.
Slim and shapely, Hvidt & Molgaard's Pinwheel HM7 was first produced in 1953 and is an unusual piece. Named after the children's toy, where a wheel of paper spins around an axle, it draws inspiration from this playful example of geometric design. As such, Pinwheel is composed of six smaller tables that are purchased individually. Slot them together, however, and they cleverly form one shield-shaped piece.
Designed to be adaptable, this table can be creatively refashioned to suit all sorts of living arrangements: Pinwheel can exist as several bijou tables placed throughout the home, utilized together as a console, or even configured into the shape of a snake or a flower.
"Pinwheel embodies Hvidt & Molgaard's renowned eye for detail," notes &Tradition CEO and founder Martin Kornbek Hansen. "Cleverly designed to work as individual pieces or one larger table, it is a multi-tasking solution for flexible living."
Hvidt and Mølgaard stood at the forefront of mid-century Danish furniture design. Both trained as architects, a professional background that is apparent in the rigorous approach they applied to furniture design. Their pieces often lend a sculptural element to the spaces they inhabit, and Pinwheel, with its precise and elegant aesthetic, is no exception. Available in either solid white oiled oak or oiled walnut, the gleaming brass legs of this decorative piece are finished with a satin polish.
x 24.4" D
x 16.9" H
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Table Top: Solid Wood (Oak or Walnut) Legs: Brass or Steel