Copenhague 90 Desk

Dimensioned drawings of the Copenhague 90 Desk measuring desk width, height, and depth

The Copenhague 90 Desk is a functional and durable oak desk with expressive angled front legs. Designed by brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec in 2013 for use at the University of Copenhagen, the Copenhague 90 Desk design provides a welcoming and durable work solution that functions equally well in private home environments.

The Copenhague 90 Desk has a width of 51.25” (130.2 cm), depth of 25.75” (65.4 cm), and overall height of 29.25” (74.3 cm).

What is the Copenhague 90 Desk?
The Copenhague 90 Desk is a functional and durable oak desk with expressive angled front legs designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec (2013).
How big is the Copenhague 90 Desk?
The Copenhague 90 Desk is 51.25” (130.2 cm) wide and 25.75” (65.4 cm) deep with an overall area of 9.2 ft2 (.9 m2).
What is the work surface height of the Copenhague 90 Desk?
The Copenhague 90 Desk has a linoleum work surface set at a height of 29.25” (74.3 cm) from the floor.

Details

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Height: 
29.25” | 74 cm
Width:
51.25” | 130 cm
Depth:
25.75” | 65 cm
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Materials:
Solid oak legs, Plywood and linoleum top
Designer:
Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
Year:
2013

Properties

Drawings include:
Copenhague 90 Desk front elevation, front (objects), side, plan

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Desks are flat surfaces used for doing work. Designed specifically for use in workplaces, home offices and schools, desks are sized for reading, writing, and/or computer use. Variations on the basic desk designs may also incorporate built-in storage above or below the work surface.