Dining Tables 

  • CPH210 is part of HAY's Copenhague Deux collection designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. This collection contains 12 different sizes, so a suitable size for every interior! The table top is made of a new laminate based on nanotechnology, which provides a matt surface with a soft touch that is anti-fingerprint and easy to clean.
  • The beautiful CPH30 Dining Table is part of the Copenhague collection of HAY. HAY has invited Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec to design a new collection of furniture for the redesigned University of Copenhagen (KUA). This table is manufactured of oak wood and features an oak veneer or linoleum table top. CPH30 is available in different dimensions.
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  • € 1.359,00
    The Pyramid Collection (1959) was originally designed by Wim Rietveld while he worked at Ahrend. HAY and Ahrend are pleased to bring these designs back into production, for a new generation to enjoy. HAY's Pyramid Table 02 is suitable for using in a wide range of educational institutions, corporate environments and private homes.
  • Triangle Leg table is designed by Simon Jones. He was motivated by the desire to create more space around a circular table. The rectangular ends of the tabletop and bench have been rounded, creating a sociable setting that maximises seating numbers around the table. Crafted in different finishes, this table is suitable for a wide range of private and public dining or office environments.
  • CPH220 is part of HAY's Copenhague Deux collection designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. This collection contains 12 different sizes, so a suitable size for every interior! The table top is made of a new laminate based on nanotechnology, which provides a matt surface with a soft touch that is anti-fingerprint and easy to clean.
  • CPH25 is a round table with 4 legs. HAY has invited Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec to design a new collection of furniture for the redesigned University of Copenhagen (KUA). This table is equally perfect for intimate meetings and larger, café-like environments. Here, the Copenhague series demonstrates its versatility with its ability to blend into private homes as well as larger interiors.
  • CPH20 is a round table with 3 legs. HAY has invited Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec to design a new collection of furniture for the redesigned University of Copenhagen (KUA). This table is equally perfect for intimate meetings and larger, café-like environments. The Copenhague series blends into private homes as well as in larger interiors.
  • The Loop Stand Collection is a series of furniture designed by Leif Joergensen for HAY. The collection consists of basic and functional furniture. Loop Stand is a simplification of the industrial trestle, designed with three legs in each end. It is a collection of trestles in two heights –dining table and high table in square and round – as well as wardrobe stands in two lengths.
  • € 1.185,00
    T12 stands for Table 12 of HAY. The number 12 refers to the curvature on the frame and table top, which all have a 12 mm radius. Initially the designers were inspired by the first version of the iPod with the soft curved edges. To add softness to the table the edges were designed with strong roundings of 12 mm.
  • € 1.079,00
    HAY's versatile modular system New Order is capable of integrating most functions in strong materials and contemporary colour schemes with a whole range of elements and extensions that can be customised to meet any domestic or corporate storage requirements. Use this table as a dining table in your house, or as a desk in your office. The New Order NO Table is available in various sizes.
  • Designed to be functional, light and strong, HAY's Pyramid Table 01 features a steel-sheet base with a rectangular oak tabletop. Originally created by Wim Rietveld while working at Ahrend in the 1950s, the collection has been relaunched by HAY together with Ahrend. The table is suitable for using in a wide range of educational institutions, corporate environments and private homes.
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  • Pyramid Café Table 21 is suitable for a wide variety of restaurants and cafés. The Pyramid Collection (1959) was originally designed by Wim Rietveld while he worked at Ahrend. The collection has been relaunched by HAY & Ahrend. The Pyramid Café Table 21 is available in several wood finishes and base colours that can be coordinated with the Result Chair.