Designed by Anya Sebton and Eva Lilja Löwenhielm for Asplund, The Palais Royal dining table with its simplistic regality manages to simultaneously speak to minimalists as well as those who are into more decorative interiors.
The round tabletop of Palais Royal is made of oak veneer, and it is balanced on a column-like base with oak paneling.
Although the collection is a prime example of modern Scandinavian simplicity, it also has an air of luxury and elegance of ancient palaces, as the collection was inspired by the splendor of castles and palaces of bygone days with their columns, pedestals and wooden panelings.
The forms and names of the furniture have also been inspired by French artist Daniel Buren’s highly controversial art installation called Les Deux Plateaus or Colonnes de Buren located in the inner courtyard of the Palais Royal in Paris in 1985–1986.
This dining table from the Swedish family company Asplund can be ordered in two beautiful colors: white stained oak and teak-stained oak.
Project: The Palais Royal Dining Table
Designers: Anya Sebton and Eva Lilja Löwenhielm