The two french designers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec together with the danish manufacturer Hay have build up a complete line of furniture for the University of Copenhagen. This collection is called Copenhague and offer, a chair, a barstool, some tables and a desktop wich combine simplicity and diversity. This is the table available in two sizes.
L 160 x P 80 x H 74 cm
L 200 x P 90 x H 74 cm
Legs and Structure : solid oak
Top : 24 mm plywood
Legs and Structure : oak clear lacquer, soaped or black stained
Top : lacuqered oak veneered, or linoleum black , grey, green, white ou linoleum noir, gris, vert, blanc
( edges same finsh than the legs)
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