Piet Hein Super-Ellipticalâ„¢

Piet Hein, 1968


The collection of circular, square and rectangular tables including the Super-Elliptical™ and the Super-Circular™ were designed by Piet Hein, Bruno Mathsson, and Arne Jacobsen. The most prominent member of the series, the Super-Elliptical table, was inspired by the designer Piet Hein’s solution to a traffic problem at Sergels Torg in Stockholm: a super elliptical roundabout. The formula-based shape has no ends and this is why the Super-Elliptical table can be seen as a democratic table, where everyone has an equal position.

  • Structure is made of white laminate with aluminum edge
  • Available in laminate, veneer, or linoleum finish
  • Available in three base styles: Span legs in chromed or satin chromed steel; 4 or 6-star base in satin-polished aluminium foot and a satin-chromed steel pedestal
  • B611: 35.4"w 53.1"l 28.3"h
  • B612: 39.4"w 59.1"l 28.3"h
  • B613: 47.2"w 70.9"l 28.3"h
  • B614: 47.2"w 94.5"l 28.3"h
  • B616: 39.4"w 66.9"l 28.3"h
  • B617: 51.2"w 118.1"l 28.3"h
  • B619: 47.2"w 70.9-118.1"l 28.3"h
  • B620: 39.4"w 66.9-106.3"l 28.3"h
  • Made in Denmark by Fritz Hansen