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Copenhague CPH25 Round Table
Ronan et Erwan Bouroullec

The Copenhague CPH25 Round Table belongs to the Copenhague collection, designed by the French Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for the renovation of the University of Copenhagen (KUA). With an inclined base characteristic of the Copenhague range and a 140-cm diameter top, the CPH25 Table offers an ideal space for eating or working. Versatile, it will find its place both in public places and in private homes.

Dimensions Ø140 x H 74 cm – 4 legs
Frame solid oak (clear lacquered, soaped or black stained) or solid walnut
Tabletop 24-mm plywood with wood veneer (matt varnished oak, black stained oak or matt varnished walnut), 2-mm linoleum or 1-mm laminate - beveled edge

CPH25 Table

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linoleum pebble grey + Walnut

linoleum off white + Walnut

linoleum black + Walnut

linoleum burgundy + Walnut

Laminate white + Oak

linoleum off white + Oak

linoleum grey + Oak

linoleum green + Oak

linoleum black + Oak

linoleum black + Black oak

Black oak

off white linoleum + oak

Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec

The Bouroullec brothers, Ronan (born in 1971) and Erwan (born in 1976), grew up in Quimper, France. They studied at the École Nationale des Arts Décoratifs in Paris and at the École des Beaux-Arts in Cergy-Pontoise, respectively. In 1999, they became partners and founded their own Paris-based design studio. Their work ranges from small utilitarian objects to big architectural projects. In addition to the design of domestic and office furniture, vases, porcelain dishware, jewelry and diverse home accessories, a primary focus of their work is the design and organization of interior space.

Throughout their celebrated career, Studio Bouroullec has collaborated with renowned brands such as Vitra, Magis, Alessi, Samsung and HAY. Their work has been exhibited throughout the world including the Design Museum (London), Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago & Los Angeles) and the Arts Décoratifs (Paris).