One of the finest examples of Arne Jacobsen's oeuvre is the exclusive Society Table, which he was commissioned to design in 1952 as a gift for the American-Scandinavian Foundation's new office in New York. The desk is made of solid wood, veneer, and steel. The tabletop is covered with fine-structured leather, the drawer unit combines wood and veneer, and the table shelf - with two compartments that fit up to A4 and M65 envelopes - is made of wood with glass sides. The table features an integrated, brushed, stainless-steel desk lamp. Jacobsen designed all of the elements, including the conical lamp that completes the modernistic look. Smaller 140cm size also available; drawers placed on lefthand side but can be placed on the right by request; can be ordered with or without the desktop lamp module.