Kofi Table - 140 x 50
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Created by Norwegian designer Martin Solem for HAY, Kofi is a range of elegant and versatile glass-topped coffee tables.
Based on the desire to make a clean and functional table with an eco-friendly profile, the Kofi series is developed using clever and efficient production methods with a flat-pack design. The clean simplicity of the dimensions and proportions is highlighted by the close attention to detail, resulting in uncluttered aesthetics with distinct lines and a timeless quality.
Featuring a solid oak or walnut frame in FSC-certified wood with a water-based lacquer, the top is made of plain or reeded glass, which has a distinctively ribbed structure. The table comes in different sizes with different colour frame options and glass in clear or coloured variants. The numerous design combinations makes Kofi suitable for a wide variety of home or corporate settings, from living rooms and halls to receptions and meeting rooms.
H 36 X W 140 X D 50 cm
Tempered glass tabletop, solid frame in oak or walnut with inserted reinforcement brackets, solid walnut or oak legs with felt pads.
Wipe with a clean cloth wrung in water or in a solution of water and a neutral detergent. Remove soap residue immediately using a clean, dry cloth. Do not use cleaning products containing alcohol, as they may damage the surface. Avoid using scouring cream or scouring pads, as they may scratch the surface.
Some assembly required, arrives flat-packed.
Solid wood legs are screwed into the pre-assembled solid wood frame, using the threaded inserts in each corner. Bumpers are placed on top of the frame before carefully placing the glass top on the frame. Levelling washers are included in the fitting bag, in case of uneven flooring.
Designed by Martin Solem.
Martin Solem is a Norwegian designer based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Inspired by classic Danish design, Solem began working in 2005 for Rud. Rasmussen, one of the oldest Danish cabinetmakers.
In 2007, Solem applied to design schools and was accepted at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts where he graduated with a master’s degree in 2014. Solem’s achievements at the Academy led to projects with Capellini as well as exhibitions in Paris, London, Cologne, Stockholm and Oslo.
A full-time designer at HAY design studio in Copenhagen, Solem also continues working on various solo projects. In 2015, Solem received the Young Talent Award given by the Norwegian Design Council.