HAY Cph 30 Dining table - 250 x 90

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A design by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for the University of Copenhagen, they designed various furniture in oak, including the CPH 30 dining table.

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HAY Cph 30 Dining table - 250 x 90

CPH 30 TABLE WALNUT 250 x 90

The HAY Copenhague CPH30 table is part of the Copenhague furniture collection designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. The large table is equally suitable as a dining table or desk and has a low-maintenance linoleum finish for the top.

HAY invited the Bouroullec brothers to design the furniture for the new buildings of the University of Copenhagen (KUA). Due to the symmetrical frames and sleek legs, Copenhagen chairs and tables can both be stacked vertically, allowing for an almost infinite stacking. The Bouroullec brothers wanted to make furniture with more originality and a more homely look than traditional educational furniture. The Copenhague collection is suitable for both public and private use.

Note: In 2021, HAY renewed the surface treatments of its wooden furniture by replacing their paints and varnishes with more environmentally friendly water-based alternatives. Please note that as a result, natural wood furniture now only comes with one lacquer option instead of the previous two: the new water-based lacquer is glossier than the previously used matte lacquer, but slightly more matte than HAY's previous clear lacquer.

Dimensions: Length 250 cm, Width 90 cm, Height 74 cm.
Thickness table top :2.4 cm
Table top material: Walnut / linoleum
Base material:Water-based lacquered walnut

About the designers:

Bouroullec brothers, Ronan (born 1971) and Erwan (born 1976) were born in Brittany, France and their design agency is based in Paris. The brothers have become one of the most successful designers in France, having designed for companies such as Artek, Iittala, Vitra, Alessi, Magis, Flos and Hay. The Bouroullec brothers have also won numerous awards, for example the Steelwood Chair for Magis won the prestigious Compasso D'Oro in 2011.

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