Tray Bureau

by Pedro Feduchi

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Tray Bureau

The evolution of TRAY is called TRAY BUREAU; a piece of furniture that provides a space with divisions in various tones, where you can have an organizer by hand of different objects (cds, notebooks, notes).

TRAY BUREAU dialogues with the space and evolve along with the needs of its users: both in labor intensive environments and in private and exclusive environments.

Harmony of lines, quality of materials and finishes. It is a position fundamentally designed for home and contract

It has been internationally acknowledged with the prestigious iF Design Award 2012 and the Tray Bureau version, the evolution of this original design, was recently presented at the Stockholm Furniture Fair.

Varnished, bleached pine laminate and upright elements in white varnished beech; dividers in laser-cut steel.

Accessories material:
Dividers in laser-cut illustrated steel. Epoxy paint, various tones.

2 mm thick sheet steel metal frame structure by laser cutting.

Beech uprights
In matte varnish from controlled deforestation 52 mm diameter with levelers.

Oval shaped side opening and oval interior reinforcement tubes where the extension module for storage and file are housed.

Rear cable duct made from 1.5 mm thick sheet steel integrated into the structure with opening at the lower end to provide an exit point for the cables.

Made from 10 mm phenolic HPL board, with rounded edges and radial corners of 2 mm. The join of the structure to the top of the table is with no screws, to aid assembly and disassembly. The surface is divided in two parts. The back top of the rear calbe duct, carries a cable entry milled star-shpaed, to allow the passage of wires into the cable duct.

Formed by a sheet steel body of 1 mm and a 3 mm sheet front without a handle. Load bearing capacity of 30 kg. The opening and closing system is smooth and noiseless.


Ref: TR12B00P - 75cm x 150cm x 75cm




Designed by Pedro Feduchi

Doctor of Architecture from the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM) and resident professor.

He combines his professional activities as an architect with those of being an academic and the exhibition commissioner. In his studio he develops architectural projects, renovates buildings, restores monuments, and designs urban areas as well as furniture.

He is currently working on the furnishing and adaptation project of the proposed rest areas in the Madrid City Hall, in the Cibeles Palace, and also in the renovation of the Commercial building for the Deusto University, Bilbao.

He has commissioned exhibitions such as Furniture Design in the Madrid of the 50s and 60s (2005-2007) and has collaborated with important museums and cultural institutions such as the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and Reina Sofía.