10599-10000

55 Table

1 443USD
55 Table

[01]Description

In 1955, Jean Pauchard was in pursuit of his ideal table. He declared, "It's the leg that matters." He crafted an initial prototype with a more rectangular white base, which by 1960 he refined into its current, more elegant form. Thus, the T55 table came into being. Its slender and tapered legs, crafted entirely from steel, endow it with an ethereal elegance while affirming the robustness of its make. This version is enhanced with a wooden top, deliberately beveled to preserve the Table 55's design integrity. Technically speaking, it features solid oak construction with an interior three-ply panel and two continuous outer plies crafted by a cabinetmaker from Morvan. This wooden construction offers the benefit of exceptional stability. The table's frame and legs remain identical to those of the iconic Table 55 in steel. Available in various lengths - 70 cm, 140 cm, 200 cm, and 240 cm - it adapts to every space, asserting its presence with refined subtlety. * PEFC certified wood

[02]Dimensions & Weight

Height

74[CM]

Width

70[CM]

Length

70[CM]

Weight

15.1[KG]

[03]Caracteristics

Sku n°

10599-10000

Year

1955

Usage

Indoor

Storage

Non stackable

Assembly

Requires assembly - Dismountable

Manufacturing

Made in France

Guarantee

2 years

Seats

Can accomodate up to 4 guests

[04]Resources

Factsheet

pdf 0.1[MB]

[05]Designer

Jean Pauchard, alongside his brother André, took over the leadership of TOLIX Manufacturing in 1948, following the sudden passing of their father and founder, Xavier Pauchard. Four years later, in 1952, the brothers decided to pursue different paths, leaving Jean in charge of the business. Unhesitant to draw from the family heritage while seeking innovation, Jean introduced the A56 armchair in 1956. This piece was directly inspired by his father's famous Chair A, and over half a century later, it remains one of the most iconic armchairs in the world of design. Under Jean's guidance, TOLIX diversified its product range, introducing new designs that, like the Chair A and the A56 armchair, combined functionality and aesthetics. In addition to preserving the brand's heritage, Jean Pauchard also succeeded in modernizing the company and expanding its international reach. His design sensibility and ability to anticipate changing consumer needs allowed TOLIX to establish itself as a key player in the metal design furniture sector. The brand continues to evolve, but Jean Pauchard's imprint remains indelible, just as significant as that of his father.
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[06]Maintenance

  • 06.1
    Clean your steel furniture with a slightly damp sponge and immediately dry it. Prefer warm water with a little Marseille soap or neutral pH dishwashing liquid over alcohol-based solutions. Rinse and dry immediately.
  • 06.2
    Do not use any detergent (such as bleach or solvent) or abrasive/metallic sponge which could deeply damage the coating.
  • 06.3
    For bird droppings or similar dirt, we recommend immediate cleaning to prevent corrosion and permanent staining.
  • 06.4
    Ensure to thoroughly wipe and dry your furniture to avoid any possibility of rust development in the future.
55 Table - Pure white / 70 x 70

Pure white / 70 x 70

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