By Jasper Morrison , 2016

Pon is designed to be an alternative to the classic coffee table. Instead of one table that takes up space, the compact shape and variety of sizes opens up a wide range of visual expressions. Crafted entirely in solid wood, it was designed so there’s no distinction between the table top and frame. The top is flat with a slightly domed shape underneath, which is mirrored in the base.

Material Options
Pon - Model 1280
Side table  
Ø: 35 cm
H: 36 cm
Wt: 5 kg
Cbm: 0.06 cbm
Pon - Model 1285
Side table  
Ø: 40 cm
H: 41 cm
Wt: 5.5 kg
Cbm: 0.11 cbm
Pon - Model 1290
Side table  
Ø: 45 cm
H: 46 cm
Wt: 7 kg
Cbm: 0.12 cbm
Pon - Model 1295
Side table  
Ø: 90 cm
H: 38 cm
Wt: 28.5 kg
Cbm: 0.11 cbm

About The Collection

British Jasper Morrison is known for creating simple, functional items fundamental to everyday life. A process that questions what’s essential in a design and what’s not, based on the ever-changing way we live our lives.

Morrison describes Pon as an alternative to the “overrated and badly named ‘coffee table.’” Why should a coffee table take up space, when it could be several small tables placed as you like? Pon gives you options for customising your own table solution.

Circular in shape and modest in size, Pon comes in varying heights which you can place in countless configurations. It’s equally appealing as a side table, ideal for a laptop or tablet, a book or magazine, a drink or a snack. Use it as a stand-alone beside a lounge chair or grouped together in a sofa set-up.

Adding to Pon’s versatility is its stability. Made of solid oak, Pon was designed with the top, stem and base combined to form one solid entity. A unique feature that opens up opportunities for this endearing, robust design to find a home in hotel lobbies, art galleries, retail spaces, restaurants, bars and the like, as well as domestic settings.

Jasper Morrison


"Discrete objects are more succesful in building good atmosphere than eye catching one."

Jasper Morrison is a British multidisciplinary designer, well known for creating the ‘Supernormal’ concept together with Japanese designer Naoto Fukosawa. A highly productive designer, Morrison splits his time between studios in London, Tokyo and Paris.

In a world where many designers use new technologies to add superfluous details to their designs, Morrison does the opposite, using machinery to refine his designs into creations that do not distract, but which harmonise with the user’s environment and create a good atmosphere.

Although his style is instantly recognisable, all his designs are extremely unique. Jasper Morrison designs for some of the largest design houses in the world. In addition to his industrial design, Morrison has published many noteworthy books on design.

Morrison’s work has been exhibited in leading design museums and galleries around the world. In 2016, Jasper Morrison was named ‘Designer of the Year’ by the German A&W architektur & wohnen for his “important role in shaping the contemporary world of design”.

Jasper Morrison holds a BA in Design from Kingston Polytechnic Design School (1982) and an MA in Design from the Royal College of Art, London (1985). He also studied at the Berlin University of the Arts, formerly Hochschule für Bildende Künste. In March 2007, he was awarded an honorary doctorate in design from Kingston University London.

Fredericia is Jasper Morrison’s first collaboration with a Danish company.