My Table Large Black

Made to order.
Lacquered Steel, Laminate
Size & Weight:
H: 74 x L: 200 x D: 90 cm
38 kg
Product Information:
My Table comes flat packed and is easily assembled with help from the included manual. The table’s base and legs are made of powder coated steel pipe and the tabletop consists of melamine laminate. The centerpiece that keeps legs and tabletop perfectly parted is specially designed for Normann Copenhagen for My Table and Chair. Load capacity: 150 kg static weight.
Clean with a damp cloth.

My Table

My Table is an all-round table with a simple construction and harmonic look. The table shares the rigorous and elegant design of My Chair with its rounded corners and same angles and curves of the frame.
The table consists of a hard-wearing laminate table top and a steel frame. On closer inspection of My Table you will notice a number of understated details, bearing witness to the fact that all of its features are deliberate and carefully thought out. For example, no standard parts have been used on the table, but instead customised solutions have been implemented allowing a completely aesthetic experience no matter what angle you look at the table from.
My Table is available in two sizes in a classic black, white or grey with matching legs. It is an obvious choice as a matching table for My Chair but with its straight lines and simple look, it is compatible with almost any type of chair and suitable for most public and private environments.

Nicholai Wiig Hansen

Nicholai Wiig Hansen has had his own design studio since he was 26 years old. When Nicholai designs he uses himself as the target group. Proportions are extremely important in his work and details are not added from a decoration perspective but only if they serve some kind of purpose.He is inspired by everything that surrounds him and especially art, food, nature and machinery. When Nicholai Wiig Hansen designs a new product, he always thinks the product to end in his head before sketching a single drawing. Everything from production to form and all the way to the end-user perspective.