The Copenhague Table CPH30 was designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec in context of the Copenhague series for a new building of the University of Copenhagen. The CPH30 is a classic dining or conference table; however, the coloured linoleum surfaces give the Copenhague table a very relaxed, unconventional appearance. Be that in the home, the office....or at university.
|Dining / Conference Table
|Height: 74 cm
Length: 200 cm
Width: 90 cm
Base with water-based lacquer (from 2021)
Other versions on request
|Table top: 18 mm plywood with oak veneer with water-based lacquer or linoleum finish
Frame: Solid oak with water-based varnish
The manufacturer Hay is switching its production to water-based lacquer in 2021. You can find more information about this here.
|Please click on picture for detailed information (ca. 1,7 MB).
To clean the surface, use a clean cloth wrung out and a mixture of water and a special linoleum cleaner. Following cleaning the surface should be immediately wiped dry with a clean, dry cloth. Avoid alkaline detergents such as soft soap, soda (sodium carbonate), caustic or abrasive powders, as these can dissolve the linoleum. To avoid permanent stains, use coasters under damp or coloured objects. Placing hot objects on the linoleum table top should as a general rule be avoided.
To clean use a clean, wrung cloth and a solution of water and a universal detergent such as soap flakes or a special product for varnished or stained wood. Remove soap residue immediately with a clean, dry cloth. Stains should be treated with a damp, clean cloth and warm water mixture consisting of 10 parts water and 1 part vinegar. Following treatment always wipe the surface dry with a clean, dry cloth. If the surface should become dull or scratched, furniture polish can be used.
|Awards & museum
|Bolig Magasinet Award 2013 - Best Design for Copenhague Collection
|The Danish manufacturer approaches the issue of sustainability with respect, focusing on durable materials and social responsibility that preserve environmentally friendly production and a healthy working environment. With a view to future generations, FSC-certified woods are processed, which are durable and come from traceable and sustainable cultivation. Since 2021 Hay uses a water-based varnish without environmentally harmful substances for many wooden furniture.