Belleville Table (rectangular)
Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, 2015
- Table top: oak veneer in natural or dark oak (20 mm); melamine faced in white with smooth straight plastic edge (19 mm); or solid core material with black edge (12 mm) in the colours white or black. Solid core table top in black with anti-fingerprint coating.
- Base: powder-coated with finely textured finish in deep black (RAL 9005). The height of the base including screw-in glides is 720 mm; the glides can be adjusted (max. extension 10 mm) for levelling on uneven floors.
- Applications: table with top in solid core material and powder-coated base is suited for outdoor use. The powder-coated bases are pre-galvanised.
The Belleville Tables are modelled on the classic bistro table, but thanks to a choice of veneer, melamine or HPL tops, their appearance is highly variable. The slender legs flow in a continuous sweeping line from the splayed bottom along the central column up to the table top. In star-shaped or paired configurations, they form elegant bases for small and large bistro or dining tables. The colour and surface texture of the cast aluminium table legs, which have a black powder-coated finish, are nearly indistinguishable from the plastic frame of the perfectly matched Belleville Chair. And since the materials of the table tops and seat shells are either identical or harmoniously coordinated, the tables and chairs form a unified yet diverse group - a hybrid family of furnishings whose materiality resists classification. Thus the tables can be ideally combined with Belleville Chairs in bustling bistro settings as well as in sleekly modern galleries or diversely styled home environments. The Belleville Table is available as a small square or round bistro table with a star-shaped base or as a bistro and dining table in different widths and lengths with slightly arched T-legs. Depending on the model, the table tops come in wood veneer, melamine or solid core material.
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.