Design by: Morten Svendsen
The awardwinning Fifty series is an elegant and classic series of furniture, designed by Morten Svendsen. The character of Fifty is strong and assuring as the design rests upon fifty years of experience in creating furniture.
The dining table has an efficient extension system with hidden butterfly extension leaves in each end that makes it extremely easy to use, - the table opens effortless to extend from forexample 230 cm to 434 cm.
The serie is known for its beautiful details such as soft rounded miter joints, self-closing hinges and adjustable feet on the sideboard and highboards. With its flawless finish and classic silhouette, Fifty is designed to last. We are proud to say that we have won two major design awards in 2019 and 2020. PBJ Designhouse has utility model protection on the Fifty series.
With its flawless finish and classic silhouette, Fifty is designed to last.
The FIFTY series is available in solid light or natural oiled oak, or in light oak, oiled natural oak or walnut veneer.
For the surface of the tables or the front of the sideboards and highboards there is a large choice of colours and materials available, forexample a range of colours in the resistant and beautiful Fenix nanolaminate. Please consult the brochure below for more information.
FIFTY dining table small
No 750175 Dining table with butterfly extension in each end. 4-6 seats - extended 8-10 seats
L 175/275 W 95 H 74 cm.
FIFTY dining table large
No 750230 Dining table with butterfly extension in each end. 6-8 seats - extended 14-16 seats
L 230/434 W 95 H 74 cm.
No 150180 w/doors and drawers or
No 150182 w/3 doors
Sideboard with doors and drawers. Doors w/selfclosing hinges, drawers w/wooden rails. One shelf behind each door.
L 180 D 45 H 75 cm.
No 150110 Highboard w/4 doors with self-closing hinges. One shelf behind each door.
L 110 D 40 H 140 cm.
FIFTY Wide Highboard
No 150130 Highboard w/4 doors and 3 drawers. Doors w/self-closing hinges, drawers w/soft close metal runners.
L 132 D 40 H 122 cm.
See video about the extention system here: