The Jujol table was designed between 1920 and 1927 by the architect Josep Maria Jujol. This is a reproduction of the table exhibited at the MNAC (National Art Museum of Catalonia). It comes from the house where J M Jujol lived, on the Rambla de Catalunya in Barcelona and, given how it was constructed, we can conclude that it’s a prototype, a unique model which we have reproduced and now forms part of the Mobles 114 Classics catalogue.
Jujol 1920 is a side table that warrants being admired as a work of art; a practical, versatile table that adds dignity, gravity and elegance to any interior design.
Made from oak, the two oval tops have been placed at different heights, giving the table a unique character and personality. Far removed from the Catalan Modernista style, Jujol went beyond fashion and designed a table that doesn’t look out of place in the 21st century.