New additions to the Analog™ series design by Jaime Hayon – Fritz Hansen

Jaime Hayon’s Analog table was first created for Fritz Hansen in 2014. A decade later, the organically formed design is expanded with the addition of a coffee and a side table, in the same intriguing form yet on an entirely new scale.

Spanish-born Hayon is known for his innovative and imaginative work that spans a wide range of disciplines, blending art and design to striking effect. Analog taps into his signature blend of artistry and functionality. A celebration of craft and organic forms, the distinctive design of the two new tables departs from traditional shapes to create a fresh and harmonious new aesthetic that brings a square, circle and oval – as well as people – together in its elliptical form.


“The Analog series exemplifies Hayon’s playful aesthetic, blending fantasy with functionality. His use of bold, organic forms and a mix of traditional and contemporary craftsmanship techniques ensures the tables will remain beautiful additions to private and professional spaces for generations to come.” says Christian Andresen, Head of Design at Fritz Hansen on the new addition to the series.

Beautifully complemented by Fritz Hansen’s lounge designs, the new pieces emphasise the purity of form and materials. The Analog coffee table is available in two configurations; clear lacquered walnut and light-beige coloured ash tabletops set on solid walnut and ash legs respectively, while the side table is offered in solid oak, and is FSC™-certified. Analog’s characteristic legs are attached at an angle to the tabletop using an aluminium trumpet joint, named after its resemblance to the bell of a trumpet and designed to create a smooth transition between the two design elements.

“The Analog shape is an inventive geometry that proposes a new way to be around the table, a way in which you could enjoy the 360 degrees of it in a different and welcoming way.” says designer Jaime Hayon.