Designed to be functional, light and strong, the Pyramid Table features a steel-sheet base with a rectangular oak tabletop.

Base Finish
Metal Beige
Base Material
Powder coated steel-sheet
Country of Origin
Denmark
Height
74cm
Length
140cm
Note
Requires assembly
Package 1 Dimensions
W151 x D95 x H15 cm / 21 kg
Package 2 Dimensions
W81 x D60 x H11 cm / 8 kg
Packaging
2 box / 1 pcs.
Size
L140 x W75cm
Tabletop finish
Wood Clear Oak
Tabletop Material
Solid Oak
Tabletop Thickness
2.1cm
Width
75cm

Originally created by Wim Rietveld while working at Ahrend in the 1950s, the cutout steel collection has been relaunched by HAY together with Ahrend. The table comes in two models – with and without overhang – and is suitable for using in a wide range of educational institutions, corporate environments and private homes. Both variants are available in a variety of wood finishes and base colours that can be coordinated with the Result Chair.


Wim Rietveld

Dutch-born Wim Rietveld (1924-1985) was an industrial furniture designer. He studied Industrial Design at The Hague Academy in 1950, before becoming head of design at Gispen in 1953. In 1958, he started working at De Cirkel, a manufacturer of steel furniture that had merged with the Ahrend group in 1939. Here he met Friso Kramer, and together they developed a number of iconic design collaborations, including the Result Chair in 1958. Rietveld also designed the Pyramid Tables and Chairs for Ahrend in 1960.

Rietveld was known for his functionalist chairs, tables and storage systems, but he also designed agricultural machinery, boats and trains.

Alongside his design work, Wim Rietveld also lectured at the Royal Academy and the Technical University in Delft. Together with Ahrend, HAY has reproduced the Result Chair and Pyramid Table series.


HAY has enjoyed a rapid rise in popularity since its founding in 2002, with a focus on making premium scandinavian design accessible to the largest audience possible.