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Cyl Focus Bench

Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, 2016

Cyl Focus Bench is a variation of the Cyl Table with smaller table tops, somewhat thinner legs and privacy screens that can be used to define diverse work scenarios and spatial divisions. Cable management is neat and simple thanks to the cable outlet and cable net. Cyl Focus Bench is available in many different configurations of tables and screens.
Table top (2)
Back and side panels veneer (2)
Material description
  • Table top: straight perimeter frame in solid natural oak with clear lacquer finish, 70 mm high and 30 mm thick (13 mm thick where table top is inserted); table surface in light oak veneer (natural) or in black-stained oak (16 mm); the table top and frame are securely glued together and form an integrated whole.
  • Table legs: solid wood with clear lacquer finish, Ø 60 mm; glides with levelling adjustment (max. 10 mm) for uneven floors.
  • Connectors: anodised aluminium, natural or black finish, Ø 65 mm, H 74 mm, for attachment of table legs. Connected to table top via bracket elements (die-cast aluminium). Top cover of connector made of solid oak with clear lacquer finish, inserted flush with the rim, Ø 60 and 18 mm thick.
  • Screens: light oak veneer (natural) and black-stained oak; surface protected by multiple coats of polyurethane lacquer; cover strip made of solid natural oak with clear lacquer finish.
Product family
Cyl represents the antithesis of the cold, technical office environment and aims to create a haven of peace and strength by focussing on tradition. Solid wood emphasises the clean lines of the system with its smooth planes, structural frame and cylindrical elements. As a rather uncommon material in office settings, solid wood conveys a handcrafted, natural aesthetic and infuses a touch of emotion into the look and feel of the workplace. The Cyl system encompasses different tables and a sofa…
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This product was designed by
Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
The brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec live and work in Paris. Their oeuvre ranges from small everyday objects to architectural projects. They have worked with Vitra since 2000 and have contributed numerous designs to both the office and home collections.
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