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Anne Dining Table

c. 2005

by Piet Boon
for Piet Boon Studio

Anne Dining Table

by Piet Boon
for Piet Boon Studio

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The Anne dining table is part of a compre­hen­sive collec­tion of comple­men­tary outdoor seating and tables intro­duced in 2005 by Dutch archi­tect Piet Boon. Boon is cele­brated inter­na­tion­ally for his total design concepts – furni­ture, archi­tec­ture, and inte­ri­ors – under­scored by ergonomic func­tion­al­ity and dura­bil­ity expressed through aesthetic of natural mate­ri­als. For Boon’s outdoor collec­tion, the designer chose highly-prized iroko wood – often referred to as African teak. Iroko is an extra­or­di­nar­ily durable wood that is similar to teak in its tonal­ity that contin­ues to develop as it ages. Unlike teak, iroko wood does not require regular treat­ment with oil or varnish for its use outdoors.

While the Anne dining tables are char­ac­ter­ized by their solid construc­tion in thick iroko wood, Piet Boon’s master­ful treat­ment of the forms gently splayed legs provides tremen­dous visual inter­est as a foil to the table top’s hori­zon­tal expanse of slats. The Anne dining tables are avail­able in three sizes – each version is also avail­able in a choice of two heights. The recti­lin­ear versions will seat either four or six respec­tively – the square version will seat eight.

The Anne dining table’s versa­tile aesthetic can be paired perfectly with Piet Boon’s Niek collec­tion of gener­ously propor­tioned armless lounge chairs and settees also avail­able in seat heights that comple­ment both the low and tall versions of the table.

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Piet Boon

Netherlands (1958)

Born in the Netherlands in 1958, Piet Boon beautifully blends elegant lines, natural materials, and superior function. Trained as a contractor, his work is always practical and approachable, but he also infuses each product or project with a sense of luxury achieved through a meticulous eye for detail. Boon approaches his multidisciplinary work with the finest craftsmanship and materials so that every piece or project feels relaxed, comfortable, and timeless.

Since 1983, Boon has offered architecture, interior design, and furniture design services through his Amsterdam-based firm, Studio Piet Boon. Notable furniture and lighting include the Round Boon and the Square Boon light fixtures for Moooi, as well as the quilted Kekke seating series and plush Kent chair. Long a household name in the Dutch design scene, his work has a wide global appeal. Indeed, his architecture and interiors work includes a number of new luxury residential developments in the U.S., including the Oosten, 101 Wall, and Huys buildings in New York, along with hotels, restaurants, offices, and private residences around the world.

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