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First designed in 1955 for the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Poul Kjærholm’s PK52 Professor Desk has been revived and reissued by Carl Hansen & Søn, showcasing the designer’s mastery of functionalist furniture.
Featuring a light and simple design, the PK52 Professor Desk can be used as a desk, dining table or even a functional work table in design studios for an uncomplicated and elegant aesthetic.
Drawing on his training as a cabinetmaker, Kjærholm's PK52 Professor Desk is accented with a reversible oak table top, resting on spacers to give it the appearance of hovering above its powder-coated steel frame.
With a premium oak table top in a choice of stained or Danish-oiled finishes, the PK52 Professor Desk would make the ultimate versatile addition to an array of spaces.
- Designed in 1955 for professors at Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts
- Crafted with a reversible oak table top in a choice of finishes
- Intricately crafted by Carl Hansen & Søn artisans