Landa Table Round

from 2 305 

Landa is a table system whose design is based on two parallel steel beams that enable an exceptionally long table frame. The result is a visually lightweight construction, with a long span between legs, which can either link beams together or end the table frame.

Landa Table Round

from 2 305 

Landa is a table system whose design is based on two parallel steel beams that enable an exceptionally long table frame. The result is a visually lightweight construction, with a long span between legs, which can either link beams together or end the table frame.

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Height: 910 mm
Diameter: 1100 mm
Weight: 28 kg

  • Year of release: 2019
  • Designer: Chris Martin
  • Seat height:
  • Top size:
  • Base size:
  • Width: 1140 mm / 44.88 inch
  • Length: 1140 mm / 44.88 inch
  • Height: 67 mm / 2.64 inch
  • Weight: 19 kg / 41.89 lb
  • Volume:
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Responsible forest management is important, raw materials for this product have been sourced from sustainably managed forests and controlled sources. Supply chain FSC certificates available in downloads. Packaging for this product is FSC certified. Massproductions are also connected and contribute to FTI, the Swedish collection system for recycling packaging to support the recycling industry.

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This product has been tested and certified in accordance with European furniture standards that comply with Möbelfakta requirements for Surface durability. This includes the assessment of surface resistance to liquids and scratches. Penetration of the coating under scratch test is not accepted. Test liquids include water, Paraffin oil, coffee, acid or alkaline perspiration. Please see downloads for full test results and certificates.

VOC Free  icon VOC Free

This product is produced with a top-quality powder coat with zero VOCs (volatile organic compounds), which means it meets the most stringent environmental requirements, including the U.S. Green Building Council Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) certification system, MPI Green Performance™ Standard for paints and coatings, and GREENGUARD Environmental Institute (GEI) and similar green guidelines and regulations. Please see downloads for certificates. 

Landa Table Round

“It’s always fun to push the boundaries in terms of height, length or weight. Focusing on length for this project felt especially fitting since some freedom of movement is especially desirable in a table. It is also much nicer to look at chair legs than table legs. In Landa, the surface under the tabletop becomes freer and less cluttered”
- Chris Martin

Landa Table Round collection

About the collection

Inspired by the moon lander, Massproductions’ Landa allows the table and chair to combine in perfect synergy. When designer Chris Martin designed Landa, he wanted to create a table that gave the chair its fair space and location. Massproductions Landa, is a table system whose design is based on two parallel steel beams that enable an exceptionally long table frame. The result is a visually lightweight construction, with a long span between legs, which can either link beams together or end the table frame.

The table leg angle is a nod to NASA’s Lunar Module, whose form inspired Chris Martin in the design process. The Lunar Module is an iconic spaceship that transported two-man crews to and from the lunar surface during NASA’s Apollo program in the 1960s-70s. In Landa, Chris Martin wanted to create a lot with a little, namely an appealing character but with few design elements and less material. From a structural point of view, the angled legs create triangulation and stability. Together with the flexible self-leveling feet, the table becomes a firm, “landed” table, even on uneven surfaces.

“Choosing feet for a long table leg is a bit like choosing shoes for today’s trousers. The shoe, or the foot in this case, was given a generous size that gives the impression that it is firmly placed on the floor. There is nothing worse than a wobbly table, humanity is united in its hatred of those” says Chris Martin.