Description & Technical information

Designed by: Adolf Loos, Vienna, 1899, variant of the “Haberfeld” table

Executed by: Friedrich Otto Schmidt, Vienna, after 1910


Solid beech wood and mahogany veneer, legs solid beech wood, stained to rosewood, surface professionally repolished, stove enamelled brass fittings, glass top, very good condition


H 61.5 cm, ø 65.5 cm


Loos first used this iconic table in 1902 to furnish the apartment of Dr Hugo Haberfeld. Loos employed struts, each connected to the respective opposite leg, to stabilise this round table. Our table is a variant of this iconic piece of Loos’ design.

Date:  Vienna 1899, executed after 1910
Origin:  Austrian
Dimensions: 61.5 x 65.5 x 65.5 cm (24¹/₄ x 25³/₄ x 25³/₄ inches)
Provenance: private property, Austria


Das Interieur, 1899, illus. 10; E. B. Ottillinger, Adolf Loos, Wohnkonzepte und Möbelentwürfe, Vienna, 1994, p. 102, 139

Categories: Furniture