Brdr. Krüger Bølling tray table 60 cm, oiled oak - veneer
Brdr. Krüger Bølling tray table 60 cm, oiled oak - veneer
Brdr. Krüger Bølling tray table 60 cm, oiled oak - veneer
Brdr. Krüger Bølling tray table 60 cm, oiled oak - veneer
Brdr. Krüger Bølling tray table 60 cm, oiled oak - veneer

Bølling tray table 60 cm, oiled oak - veneer

Brdr. Krüger

872.10€ 1,026.00€

Brdr. Krüger
Bølling tray table 60 cm
872.10€ 1,026.00€


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Description

Brdr. Krüger's Bølling tray table, designed by Hans Bølling, is a Danish design classic from 1963. The round trolley is a fine example of the playful functionalism typical of Danish design, allowing it to be used in a variety of settings and a variety of purposes: the tray table can be used, for example, as a bar cart or a side table in the living room or as a bedside table in the bedroom. The Bølling trolley is made in Denmark and is available in a number of shades and finishes.

Colour
Oiled oak
Height
52 cm
Diameter
60 cm
Material
Oak, oak veneer
Weight
6.5 kg

Hans Bølling

Hans Bølling (born 1931) is a Danish architect and designer. He first planned a career in advertising design, but ended up studying to become an architect. After graduating from the Royal Danish Art Academy, Bølling has designed small wooden objects, furniture, villas and town halls. His works are described as joyful and cheerful.

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