Copenhague is a furniture series designed by Ronan and ErwanBouroullec especially for the new buildings at the University of Copenhagen. In addition to a homely and welcoming expression, functional furniture qualities such as stackability, durability and ease of cleaning were important design requirements for the university. The Bouroullec brothers approach the task by merging design history with modern technology in an idiom with a strong and independent appearance in a broad and versatile series that embraces both public and private environments.

CopenhagueMoulded Plywood Table CPH150 is clearly a close relative of CPH110. The family resemblance is intact, but as an additional feature, CPH150 is stackable. The tabletop still consists of two moulded shells that meet in a visual and physical groove, but here the legs have been pulled all the way to the edge of the table to enable the finesse of stackability, which is so essential for large public and private organisations where a versatile use of space is a fundamental requirement.