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Davy table

By Vitra


  • Description

    The Davy Table is a robust new design for outdoor use. Its construction is composed of anodised aluminium sheeting and aluminium tubing, making it lightweight while also giving it a high degree of strength and rigidity. The young Swiss designer Michel Charlot developed this table to complement the legendary Landi Chair designed by Hans Coray in the same material. Thus the Davy Table and Landi Chair make a perfect combination, but each can also be attractively paired with other chairs or tables.
    Despite – or perhaps because of – its technical material properties and raw-looking finish, the weatherproof Davy Table is well suited to a wide variety of outdoor settings, also thanks to its compact proportions. The table has a punched hole in the centre of the top to accommodate a parasol. Up to four tables can be stacked at an angle, and the height of the glides can be adjusted to level the legs on uneven ground.

  • Technical Info

    Dimensions: L:75 x D:75 x H:72cm

    Table top: aluminium sheeting with punched hole in centre, matte anodised aluminium.
    Leg mounts: die-cast zinc, powder-coated in light grey. Plastic plugs for stacking protection made of light grey TPE.
    Base: table legs made of bent aluminium tubing, matte anodised surface finish.
    Glides: glides in light grey injection-moulded TPE.
    Stacking: the Davy Table can be stacked at an angle (max. 4 tables).
    Levelling: to level the table on uneven surfaces, the height of the legs can be individually adjusted by rotating the glides.
    Suitable for outdoor use.

  • Designer
    Michel Charlot

    After completing a degree in industrial design at the Ecole Cantonale d'Art de Lausanne (ECAL), Swiss designer Michel Charlot worked for Jasper Morrison Ltd in Paris, London and Tokyo. In 2011 he set up his own studio in Basel and started developing products for companies such as NAVA Design, Eternit, Camper and Belux. He has worked with Vitra since 2013. Charlot's aim is to achieve an efficient unity of conception, design and production. He has won several prizes and exhibited his work at numerous venues in Luxembourg, Switzerland and the United States. Since 2013, he has taught industrial design at ECAL and Tama Art University in Tokyo.

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  • Delivery

    6-8 weeks
    Made to order item

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