S-Table Dining Table - Rectangular Extendable


Why We Love It

The S–Table designed in 1953 is part of a unified collection that also includes the B-Table and C-Chair. With its simple tapered legs, sturdy frame and space-efficient rectangular tabletop – extends by a meter, adding an extra two place settings on either end, meaning it can now seat up to ten. The tabletop splits across the center and slides apart, creating space for two insert leaves, which are stored underneath when not in use. The entire table, even the extending mechanism, is made from solid and veneered oak or walnut.

  • Gascoin’s strive to combine functionality and elegant design is evident in the S-Table.
  • The traditional oversized, ornate style is replaced by simple tapered legs, sturdy frame and space-efficient rectangular tabletop.
  • The S-table offers great flexibility with the extra two insert leaves making room for two more persons at each end.
  • Choose from Oak or American walnut with a matte lacquered finish.
  • Structure and legs in solid wood.
  • Tabletop in wood veneer.
  • Made to last, however parts can be separated and sorted for recycling.
  • Oak is FSC Certified, and all wood meets EUTR regulations promoting sustainable and responsible forest management.
  • Felt glides included as standard.
  • Flat packed for efficient transport.
  • If out of stock, item typically ships in 14 weeks – contact us for details.


Created By


GUBI is the global design house where timeless modern icons and the creative talents of today meet and mingle – a century of design brilliance in one daring, definitive, and ever-evolving collection. Positioned at the point where the beauty of history meets the thrill of right now, GUBI is the creative force and curator behind the world’s most extraordinary design from the 20th century onwards. As well as rediscovering and reintroducing lost treasures of design history for the present generation, GUBI collaborates with a hand-picked global roster of visionary design studios to create icons for tomorrow.