Cache Table

Paul McCobb, 1952


The foundation of the Cache series, part of Paul McCobb’s extensive Planner series, is a beautifully simplistic and easy table with slim and straight steel legs, stripped from any details or ornament, leaving only small drawers that can be mounted individually or grouped on either side of the table for small keepings. A prominent figure in American mid-century design, Paul McCobb conceived the Planner series in the 1950s, a modular furniture series that brought modern design into middle-class American households. The aesthetic attribute of McCobb’s design is sleek and unadorned and at the same time warm and approachable. With its versatility and purity of form, alongside its minimalist silhouette and mid-century appeal, the Cache Table instantly becomes a reborn classic.

  • Dining table/work desk
  • Frame in black powdercoated steel
  • Tabletop in oak veneer
  • Availabe with two optional drawers
  • Available in three sizes
  • 102.5"w 35.5"d 28.5"h (dining table)
  • 71.0"w 35.5"d 28.5"h (dining table)
  • 60.9"w 22.0"d 28.5"h (console)
  • Made in Denmark by Karakter