The Danish furniture company Montana was founded in 1982 by Peter Lassen based on his now famous bookcase design. From 1954 to 1979, Peter Lassen was an employee of Fritz Hansen (from 1969 as CEO), where he also worked with Arne Jacobsen on the production of the many furniture designs Arne Jacobsen developed for the company.
The collaboration on Arne Jacobsen’s Djob table began around 2000. The table was originally deigned by Arne Jacobsen as an office and conference table for the National Bank of Denmark in 1971. Today, Montana manufactures the simple, sleek table as a flexible solution with tabletops in a range of sizes and finishes.