• CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay
  • CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013, Ronan and erwan bouroullec, Hay

CPH90 Copenhague desk, 2013

CPH90 Copenhague desk by Ronan + Erwan Bouroullec for HAY

A collection of furniture designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for the redesigned University of Copenhagen (KUA). The collection includes a wooden chair, a barstool and several tables.

The starting point for this series is an old university chair, architect Bernt Pedersen’s trestle chair. This chair is a simple and beautiful chair with an uncomplicated identity. The Bouroullec interpretation has upheld the original chair typology (trestle chair) and sought to maintain the compelling simplicity of the original chair.

The aim was to create a range of educational furniture which in form and identity has a clear dating and which in a compelling manner uncovers the current functional needs of a university. It has also been the aspiration to distance the collection from the slightly institutional expression of the original chair and create furniture with greater originality and a more domestic expression.

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CPH90 Copenhague desk by Ronan + Erwan Bouroullec for HAY

A collection of furniture designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for the redesigned University of Copenhagen (KUA). The collection includes a wooden chair, a barstool and several tables.

The starting point for this series is an old university chair, architect Bernt Pedersen’s trestle chair. This chair is a simple and beautiful chair with an uncomplicated identity. The Bouroullec interpretation has upheld the original chair typology (trestle chair) and sought to maintain the compelling simplicity of the original chair.

The aim was to create a range of educational furniture which in form and identity has a clear dating and which in a compelling manner uncovers the current functional needs of a university. It has also been the aspiration to distance the collection from the slightly institutional expression of the original chair and create furniture with greater originality and a more domestic expression.

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130w x 65d x 74cmh

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Solid oak frame in soaped, stained or lacquered finish. Plywood table top in stained, lacquered or linoleum finish.

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HAY was founded in 2002 by Danish couple Rolf and Mette Hay and business partner Troels Holch Povlsen.

HAY was founded in 2002 by Danish couple Rolf and Mette Hay and business partner Troels Holch Povlsen.

The couple who met while working at Danish furniture brand Gubi had a clear idea that furniture design and price should both be accessible to the widest possible audience. It is still this goal, coupled with an ambition to return Danish furniture design to the innovative greatness of the 1950’s and 1960’s in a contemporary context, which drive the business today. By creating meaningful, practical and accessible furniture, lighting and accessories Hay hope to contribute to making every day a little nicer.

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