The Pennon table fuses Norm Architects’ signature minimalism and Scandinavian simplicity with Ercol’s iconic design legacy and dedication to craftsmanship. The contrast between the solid wood pieces in the legs and the table top, and the refined wood turned elements of the spindles, creates a design language with a strong visual presence.
All elements of the table are designed to be slightly rounded, making the interaction between user and table as comfortable, welcoming and tactile as possible. The table’s oval surface is supported by sleek rectangular legs, which echo the wings of an aeroplane. The leg supports are then linked by a single spindle—a design feature that is synonymous with Ercol and also the mid-century furniture range designed by founder Lucian Ercolani and released in the 1950s.
Sustainable ash or walnut
Available in a range of stain options
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The Pennon Table is a handsome centrepiece. Though it pairs well with any Ercol dining chairs the Originals Butterfly Chair is a particularly stunning combination that compliments the timeless design of the table well.
The Maker /
Ercol was founded in England in 1920 by a young Italian, Lucian Ercolani. His simple goal was to make furniture that was well designed and made in a good working environment by craftsmen who took real pride in their jobs. Today, Ercol remains a family owned company committed to protecting and sharing its highly celebrated legacy.
The Designer /
Founded in 2008, multifaceted design studio Norm Architects unifies thoughtful clean design with deep intuitive concepts. Based in Copenhagen, Denmark, they are guided by their rich cultural heritage and proudly uphold the Modernist principles of restraint and refinement.
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Ercol Lara Chairs at The Chapel of St. Peter by Stevens Lawson Architects
We are delighted to share the images of the newly completed Chapel of St. Peter at Auckland School St. Peter's College. It has been a privilege to be involved in providing the furniture for a stunning new piece of New Zealand architecture.