The Pyramid tables are available with 2 designs. The first one – Pyramid 1 – offers a trestle that slightly goes over the table top on the sides which allows the table to be stackable. The second one – Pyramid 2 – has a wider table top, allowing one person to be placed at each end of the table.
As for the dining tables, the Pyramid benches are available with 2 designs. The first one, Pyramid 11 (stackable), offers a base that slightly goes over the seat on the sides while the second, Pyramid 12, has a wider seat, completely covering the base.
The Pyramid benches can also be used as side tables.
The Pyramid tables and Result chairs are available in 5 finishes: black stained oak / black base, matt lacquered oak / black base, matt lacquered oak / light grey base, smoked oiled oak / black base, smoked oiled oak / light grey base.
All lovers of architecture and design know Gerrit Rietveld, author of the red and blue chair and the Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam. His son, Wim, is less famous but is nevertheless the author of some memorable pieces of furniture, such as the Result chair (designed in association with Friso Kramer) and the Pyramid table. Designed in the late 1950s, they were among the first to use the cut sheet steel technique. Solid, light and comfortable, this furniture series was originally designed to equip schools in the Netherlands. Their qualities allowed them to quickly enter the homes, and to be relaunched today by Hay who offers it in five elegant finishes.