The Vitra Davy Table is a robust table for outside. It is constructed from anodised aluminium sheet and aluminium tube, reducing weight and increasing stability and rigidity. The young Swiss designer Michel Charlot developed the Davy Table as a complement to the legendary, Hans Coray-designed Landi Chair of the same material. Thus the Davy Table and the Landi Chair suit each other perfectly, though can be combined with other chair and table designs.
Despite, or perhaps because of its technical, natural-appearing materials, the weatherproof Vitra Davy table is good for many different outdoor areas, having compact proportions. The Davy Table has a punched-out hole for sunshades in the middle of the tabletop; up to four tables can be stacked and its four pads are height adjustable to make up for uneven grounds.
Vitra produces the tabletop and frame for the Davy Table from aluminium sheeting with a matte anodised surface. The leg supports are made from powder-coated die-cast zinc while the stacking protection and glides are made from light grey TPE. Handy against tipping: The height of the individual table legs can be adjusted by turning the glides.